Command & Conquer Free-to-Play Gets New Screenshots

Check out the three factions from the upcoming strategy game in action

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Electronic Arts and BioWare Victory have just posted a batch of brand-new screenshots from their upcoming Command & Conquer free-to-play title, giving players a look at the three main factions of the game, in the form of the Global Liberation Army, the European Union, and the Asia Pacific Alliance.
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Electronic Arts and BioWare Victory have just posted a batch of brand-new screenshots from their upcoming Command & Conquer free-to-play title, giving players a look at the three main factions of the game, in the form of the Global Liberation Army, the European Union, and the Asia Pacific Alliance.

Command & Conquer started out life as Generals 2, a sequel to the original Generals title, but was quickly turned into a free-to-play experience.

Now, as BioWare Victory is getting ready to kick off a beta stage for the real-time strategy experience, the studio has released a batch of screenshots with the new title.

In the images below, you can admire units from the Global Liberation Army, the European Union, and the Asia Pacific Alliance (aka China).

As you can see, each faction has its different style and quite a few unique vehicles, so players will have to form their strategies around their strengths and weaknesses.

Command & Conquer is set to receive a beta stage in the near future and might even be released this year. Until then, check out the screenshots below, via AGB.

Command & Conquer Screenshots (5 Images)

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