Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances, the free-to-play, browser-based, massively multiplayer online (MMO) strategy game from EA Phenomic, is proud to announce that in less than two months since launch, the game has surpassed one million registered players. The war between the Global Defense Initiative and the Nod rages on stronger than ever before and to celebrate this milestone, EA is giving away 1,000,000 Starter Packs to Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances players.
Between now and July 20th 2012, players can login or create an account to redeem the following code, HMKV-VWGN-8GEH-6BTZ and receive a Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances Starter Pack, including:
· +1 Bonus Package Storage for a 7 day duration
· One Command Point Supply Crate
· Four Tiberium Supply Crates from player rank 2-5
· Four Crystal Supply Crates from player rank 2-5
· Four Credit Supply Crates from player rank 2-5
· Four Power Supply Crates from player rank 2-5
To start playing for free and to redeem their free Starter Pack, players can visit the game’s official website.
Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances pits players against each other in strategic battles for territory as they harvest resources, build massive armies and choose alliances in the fight for world domination. In the coming months, Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances will become truly portable, with cloud saved data and accessibility across web browsers and mobile devices, players can start their game from their PC at home and continue on their tablets and smartphones anytime, anywhere.
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