Despite being released only a couple of months ago, it looks like EA’s latest outing with the Command & Conquer franchise is proving to be a hit. The company announced that Tiberium Alliances has reached over one million users, and to celebrate the milestone, it is giving away a free starter pack to anybody who wants to play the game. The Free to Play model has no doubt influenced a lot of people to check out the game, but it also shows that the Command & Conquer brand name is still pretty valuable.
For those of you not in the know, Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances is a browser-based strategy game that puts players in control of managing resources, constructing buildings and units and waging war against each other in a post-apocalyptic battlefield. I have yet to give this game a shot, but those of you who are interested, be sure to enter: HMKV-VWGN-8GEH-6BTZ on the game’s official website to redeem some free Tiberium, Power, Credits and Crystals.
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