It's not what any Command and Conquer fan wanted, necessarily, but this is C&C: Rivals, which reimagines the game for mobile.
Today at the EA Play Live Press Conference 2018 EA announced a brand new mobile PvP RTS game called Command and Conquer: Rivals. EA revealed the game during its EA Play event today in Los Angeles ahead of next week's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).
Players can pre-register for Command and Conquer: Rivals and not only they will be notified when the game launches but will also get a chance to " be invited to the Command & Conquer: Rivals pre-alpha". It's still a competitive 1v1 RTS, but plays more like Clash Royale with one notable exception: you are in constant control of your troops. Either way, EA's certainly poised to scoop up a share of the mind-blowingly lucrative mobile gaming market if Rivals takes off.
We all know that free Android games aren't always free these days, but many of them are very close if you have a little patience. There will likely be different varieties of maps and game modes available as well. Rivals, players choose a Commander to lead their forces, each with his own abilities that can influence the gameplay style.
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The game offers Tiberium currency as a starting resource, to allow players to build their units.
Are you looking forward to the resurrection of Command & Conquer? Let alone giving it E3 stage time.
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