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Command & Conquer: Rivals is fast-paced multiplayer strategy headed to iOS and Android

By , on June 15, 2018
Last modified 5 months ago

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Command & Conquer: Rivals is an upcoming mobile distillation of the classic PC strategy series, combining the series' sci-fi warfare and setting with a fast-paced touch-friendly design for iOS and Android.

Inspired by games like Clash Royale, Rivals pits players against eachother on the battlefield, tasking each with placing turrets and defenses and unleashing their ground forces to overcome their opponents and take control of a central nuclear missile hub. While you consruct facilities and support structures with your precious Tiberium resources, controlling your infrantry and armored vehicles and mechs is more involved, letting you direct units with taps as their forward movemt reveals more of the clouded battlefield map. 

Harvesting resources, fog of war, and manual troop commands promises to give Rivals a more tactical methodical pacing than its genre brethen on mobile when it releases at a currently unknown future data. At the moment, you can register online for pre-alpha access on iOS and Android, and learn more about Command & Conquer: Rivals through the game's offiicial site.


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ryk20 5 months ago

I got into the beta. This game is not like clash Royle it's more like Titan fall assault. I like the game I think there is room for improvement still. You have two teams to choose from the GDI and NOD. the NOD is locked from the start and needs to be unlocked. It takes a while to unlock the NOD. In the game you fight to control territories when you or your opponent have the majority control a bar fills up when it gets full whoever has majority control will launch a missle that knocks half of you or your opponent base life down then you continue to battle untel some ones base is completely destroyed. During the beta. These will be frequent updates some will reset the card upgrades. When the game get launched all players will start from the beginning.

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jay2019 4 months, 3 weeks ago

Hi, you really have gone into depth into giving your review of the game. It is very insightful, thank you.
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