EA has revealed a new Command and Conquer title ahead of the E3 2018, and it’s called Command and Conquer: Rivals. The game is a mobile-based title, and will only be available on iOS and Android.
Rivals is a real-time strategy that pits players against the enemy in 1v1 battles. Like previous Command and Conquer titles, you get to choose between the game’s two titular factions: the Global Defense Initiative (GDI) or the Brotherhood of Nod.
The basic objective of the game is (as one would expect from a Command and Conquer title) to destroy the enemy base. To do this, players can choose to directly assault the enemy base, or to take control of the nuclear missile silo in the middle of the map. Both factions have three commanders to choose from, each with their own unique strategic skillset.
Command and Conquer: Rivals is EA’s latest entry for the franchise. The last Command and Conquer title, Tiberium Alliances, was released back in 2012. Android users can already pre-register for the game. Unfortunately, there’s still no sign of the game on Apple’s App store.