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Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances, coded by Phenomic under the auspices of Electronic Arts, is now in open beta. 

The latest iteration of the wildly popular franchise is a massively multiplayer online (MMO), browser-based, free-to-play strategy game that offers a new way for fans to experience the Command & Conquer universe. 

In Tiberium Alliances, players are tasked with harvesting valuable resources, fostering strategic alliances and engaging in relentless battles as they strive for world domination. The new MMO also provides a dynamic gaming experience by generating real-time news, streaming status feeds and providing frequent updates.

Over the next few months, C&C: Tiberium Alliances will offer cloud-saved data – accessible across web browsers and mobile devices – allowing gamers to play from home at their desktop or on the go from their smartphones or tablets.

Command & Conquer is a franchise that focuses primarily on real-time strategy gameplay. The first installment – dubbed Tiberian Dawn – hit store shelves on August 31, 1995. 

The Command & Conquer universe now consists of at least 12 games and eight expansion packs – with sales of more than 30 million units worldwide.

BioWare is currently developing Command & Conquer Generals 2 which will be powered by the Frostbite 2 game engine.