EA reveals browser-based MMO Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances
Closed beta starts tomorrow.
Coming not so long after the announcement of BioWare Victory’s PC-exclusive RTS Command & Conquer: Generals 2, yet another game in the C&C franchise seem to be on the horizon. EA has just unveiled Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances, a browser-based free-to-play MMO set in the Tiberium universe.
Developed by EA Phenomic, the same team known for F2P games Battleforge and Lord of Ultima, Tiberium Alliances takes advantage of the HTML 5 tech, which allows players to access the game “from any web accessible browser making this one of the first truly portable mmo strategy titles to hit the market.”
According to EA, the game is a cross-platform enabled app, which means players can start their online battles from almost any device that supports HTML 5 – that’s mobiles and web browsers.
Finally, EA has launched a beta application site. For those interested in signing up, the closed beta starts tomorrow. See the trailer below.