Browser-based F2P game garners more than 18,000 new registrations a day

Tiberium Alliances surpasses one million users

EA’s free-to-play real-time strategy game Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances has surpassed one million users, the publisher has revealed.

The browser-based title was released two months ago in May after an open beta through EA’s website and its digital distribution platform Origin.

The one million figure would mean that the game has garnered approximately 18,500 registrations a day since release.

“Our vision is to create seamless play anywhere, anytime,” said EA exec Kristian Segerstrale.

“We want to connect all our games across all platforms. That’s the true next generation of gaming,”

EA did not reveal however how many of these users were active on a daily and monthly basis.

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