Command & Conquer – Free-to-Play

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Command & Conquer - Free-to-Play
GameTags: victory games, ea, lobby-based, sci-fi, military, real-time strategy

Info: Command & Conquer is a free-to-play multiplayer online RTS developed by Victory Games using the Frostbite 2 engine. The game is a free-to-play reboot of the 1995 classic RTS game of the same name, and will feature content from games in the C&C series, starting with C&C: Generals, and continuing with C&C: Red Alert, C&C: Tiberium and more.

Key Features:
• Control the Action
Take control of multiple factions, competing for resources, building up your base of operation, and leading massive batteries of tanks, soldiers, and aircraft into battle.

• Immersive Realism
Frostbite 2 technology allows for visceral, destructive conflict at an epic scale with a best-in-class dynamic physics engine.

• Stunning Graphics
Visually stunning environments and units combined with exhilarating visual effects bring the battle to life in ways never before seen.

• Continuous Live Content
An ever-evolving experience, enhance your game with an expanding array of content based on how you play.

Model: F2P
Status: Closed Beta [ TBA ]
Subgenre: RTS
Estimated Download: n/a

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