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  1. This was posted on the Facebook page for Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances a short time ago. The Tiberium Alliances team are possibly hinting at what could be next for the game. So any guesses as to what is next for Tiberium Alliances? The long awaited addition of the Brotherhood of Nod perhaps? Click here for the original post.
  2. EA Phenomic have sent us something special to share with the C&C community. It's a unique beta key for the Tiberium Alliances closed beta that can only be redeemed 1000 times within a 24 hour period, beginning on Monday at 8 PM CET. After that, this key will expire and can no longer be redeemed anymore, but everyone who successfully registers it will stay in the closed beta afterwards. So take note of the key below the Tiberium Alliances logo. 4LZA-2LQZ-5XF8-3RNH Remember this key can't be used right now, you will have to wait until Monday 8 PM CET. At this time, EA Phenomic will be opening a new game server for Tiberium Alliances and everyone is invited to play on both. No second key is needed, as one closed beta account entitles you to play on both. So if you're already in the closed beta, you have something look forward to. This is all part of EA Phenomic's planned "Stress Test". They want as many players in the game as possible to see how their servers hold up. I'm not 100% certain, but I think this key is either unique to CNCNZ.com or the English speaking C&C community. So your chances of getting in should be good, but it will go fast, so you're going to have to be quick. It's first in, first served.
  3. German gaming site, GameReactor, posted a new video interview with producer Martin Löhlein a few days ago. In this interview they discuss the plans for Tiberium Alliances. The video is in English. You can watch it below. Or click here to watch the video interview on the GameReactor site.
  4. A couple of weeks ago we gave away some Tiberium Alliances beta keys via a contest that was limited to our Facebook fans. Well, it's time to give away some more Tiberium Alliances beta keys because I have just a few more that deserve to be used by people who want to get in and see what Tiberium Alliances is all about. And this contest is so simple. No Facebook liking, no Twitter "retweeting". All you require is to be a registered member on on our forums and post a simple "count me in" reply right here in this particular news thread. The beta key winners will be randomly selected. The contest will close in about 48 hours. Winners will be notified via a private message on our forums.
  5. The random draw in our Bonus Tiberium Alliances Beta Keys Give-Away has been completed, so here are the lucky recipients of a Tiberium Alliances beta key. They are now ready to jump in and check out the closed beta. Inferno zocom7 AZ-Stalker Thanks to EA_CIRE for supplying the beta keys for this contest, and last month's contest. The beta keys have been sent to winners via private message on our forums.
  6. EA Phenomic is a real-time strategy video game developer, headquartered in Ingelheim, Germany. The team there is currently at work on a browser based strategy MMO called Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances. Here at CNCNZ.com, we wanted to find our more about this interesting new genre for the Command & Conquer franchise, so we managed to arrange this interview. Below is a part of it. Check out our Tiberium Alliances Interview with EA Phenomic to read the rest.
  7. IGN Prime subscribers can now get access to the Tiberium Alliances closed beta. So if you don't mind coughing up some of your hard earned dollars, here's another way in. Click here for more details.
  8. In a quick update on Twitter, Menthur, the community manager for Tiberium Alliances, has mentioned that GDI and Nod will be able to form alliances of their own to battle other enemy forces. Can someone who is loyal to the Brotherhood really team up with those GDI oppressors? I guess in the Tiberium Alliances world anything is possible. Click here for the original update.
  9. The Russian gaming portal Igromania has released a video series showcasing games by EA at the Stockholm press event, among which is C&C Tiberium Alliances, on which the first part is focused on. The Forgotten are confirmed to be neutral only and not playable. No new footage is available, as the videos used are the official Tiberium Alliances trailer and C&C 3: The Forgotten mod trailer. The interviews are in English, subtitled in Russian. You can see the video on their website.
  10. We are currently in the process of setting up an interview with the Tiberium Alliances team at EA Phenomic. If you have any questions you want us to ask, post them here and we will include them in our interview. You can post them by replying in this news thread. Post them on our Facebook, send via our Twitter page or just use the good old fashioned e-mail.
  11. If you signed up to receive that elusive beta key so you can check out Tiberium Alliances, and you're still waiting, fear not, the wait is almost over. 10,000 new beta keys are scheduled to be e-mailed out on the 26th of January. This was posted by Menthur, the Tiberium Alliances Community Manager, on the Official C&C Forums. They were first planned for the 19th, but then pushed back to the 26th. So look out for that important e-mail in just under a weeks time. Click here for the original post.
  12. Here are the final results for our Tiberium Alliances Beta Keys Give-Away. The five lucky names listed below have been selected at random and now have instant access into the private Tiberium Alliances beta. Each winner has been notified via a message on Facebook. Nico Meier Charon Ferryman Robert Lang Patrick Hayes Benjamin Lawson Congratulations to the winners. Please remember there is an NDA for the Tiberium Alliances beta. There is a strict policy of not publicly disclosing anything you see in the game. If you missed out you might have better luck in our follow up contest. We'll be giving away some extra bonus Tiberium Alliances beta keys. More info on that soon.
  13. So you want direct access to Tiberium Alliances beta? Well guess what? CNCNZ.com is going to give it to you. Thanks to our friends at EA, we have five keys to give away. And we are keeping it really simple. All you have to do is "Like the Tiberium Alliances Beta Keys Give-Away" news post on our Facebook page, if you're not already a fan of our Facebook page make sure you like "Like" that as well and help us boost our fans on there. Five names will be drawn at random from the people who "Like the Tiberium Alliances Beta Keys Give-Away" news post on our Facebook page. Its that easy! Hint: It's this particular news post right here! Just the click the "Like" link and you're in to win. The contest will close in 72 hours. So sometime on Wednesday I will notify the lucky winners and send them their beta keys. But that's not all. Because once this contest finishes, I will be giving away some more keys.
  14. Someone asked a simple question on the Official Twitter page for Tiberium Alliances, wanting to know when the Brotherhood of Nod would be available as a playable faction. So, for those wondering, here's your answer. Click here for the original post.
  15. We haven't done many Roundtable Discussions in 2011 so we thought we would do a CNCNZ.com staff only edition to finish of the year. This month's topics include: Generals 2, developer change, Frostbite 2 Engine, Tiberium Alliances, best C&C related moment, worst C&C related moment, biggest and best C&C mod of 2011. The full panel list is below. Sonic - CNCNZ.com Webmaster Zee Hypnotist - CNCNZ.com Forums Admin Doctor Destiny - CNCNZ.com Forums Admin Luk3us - CNCNZ.com Forums Mod Nmenth - CNCNZ.com Forums Mod gben - CNCNZ.com Forums Mod Plokite_Wolf - CNCNZ.com News Team Alex06 - CNCNZ.com News Team nathancnc - Command & Patch Staff Click here to read Roundtable Discussion #32. Feel free to comment and share your feedback on this Roundtable.
  16. This is the Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances FAQ. First posted at http://www.commandan...m-Alliances-FAQ What is Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances? Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances is a free to play, hardcore, MMO-Strategy game based in the Command & Conquer Universe. There is no download required; it plays directly in your browser. You build up bases, research tech, raise armies and form alliances with others to prevail in the fight against The Forgotten and other players. The game is played in multiple short sessions daily and all progress is persistent. Is there a Single Player Mode? Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances supports a Single Player experience, but it is definitely more fun to battle with others and join alliances to crush your enemies. Is there an offline mode? No. Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances is an online game. Is it a Facebook/Social Game? Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances is not a Facebook game. You do not need to have a Facebook account in order to play Tiberium Alliances. Neither do you need to invite friends to progress or unlock things. Instead, it is a game where you play on a server with up to 50,000 other players in a war for territory and dominance. You are faced with a large variety of strategic challenges ranging from attack tactics, preparing solid defenses, efficient base building, diplomacy to cooperative action against players and non-players. While it has social elements this is a hardcore, strategy game built for core gamers! What are Alliances? Alliances are groups of players that join together for a common goal. Players in an alliance share territory support for each other and challenge other alliances in a quest for domination. Do I have to pay in order to play? No, the game is entirely free. If it’s free, how do you make money? In the future there will be items for purchase that can enhance your game play experience. There will never be a purchase that is required in order for you to move forward in the game. Experienced players will be able to gain the same stat gains by investing time in the game. Will there be PvP (Player vs. Player) in the game? Absolutely! While it is possible to solo play to a certain degree, the full potential of Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances comes from the experience created by joining or creating alliances and participating in epic battles against other players. What are the System Requirements? All you need to play Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances is an internet connection and the latest browser version of IE9 or Firefox. Google Chrome is not fully supported yet. Is a broadband internet connection required to play? A broadband internet connection is recommended, but not mandatory. Will the game be available in different languages? Closed beta starts English only but numerous localizations are planned In the future. Where can I get more information about Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances? The official website contains more information about Command & Conquer™: Tiberium Alliances which you can find here http://www.TiberiumAlliances.com
  17. At the current time there are two ways to gain access to the Tiberium Alliances beta. You can head over to TiberiumAlliances.com, the official site, and register for a beta key, or follow Tiberium Alliances using social media that everyone just loves to do... yeah right. Anyway, for those who haven't noticed, the Tiberium Alliances team have been posting beta keys that allow approximately 20 activations. Tiberium Alliances on Facebook Tiberium Alliances on Twitter You do have to be quick, though.
  18. Ever since the announcements of Command & Conquer: Generals 2 and Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances there has been more hate towards EA and the Command & Conquer franchise. Well, more than usual anyway. @Alex06, who has recently been added to the CNCNZ.com team, has written a lengthy article to address all of this hatred the fans seem to have because it's probably mostly due to confusion, misinformation or a general lack of understanding. Here's a part of the article. This is an article that should be read by all Command & Conquer fans. Click here to read it. It has also been posted in our Generals 2 forum, as well as the Official C&C Forums.
  19. Here is something that should have been posted sooner, I feel. A list of frequently asked questions about the new Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances game was posted on the Official C&C Forums earlier today. Click here for the original thread. You will also find this FAQ archived here in our Tiberium Alliances section.
  20. It has been mentioned on the Twitter page for Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances, @CnCAlliances, that all beta invitations are in the process of being sent out to all those who registered for beta access. The will be sent via e-mail so keep an eye on your inbox. The original tweet can be found here.
  21. The first three screen shots for the recently revealed Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances have been released. Some good detailed looks at the units and structures in these. We also have images showing the three faction logos, GDI, Nod and The Forgotten. Look out for more Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances coverage here on CNCNZ.com.
  22. So it looks like Command & Conquer: Generals 2 is not the only new Command & Conquer game to be revealed this week. Now we know why EA were snapping up all the domain names with the word "alliances" in them. Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances, a free to play browser game, has been announced. It is being made by EA Phenomic. Check out the official site right here. The www.TiberiumAlliances.com address doesn't appear to be working at the time of posting this news.
  23. Just like Command & Conquer: Generals 2, we will be covering the other recently announced game, Command & Conquer Tiberium Alliances. So here's a quick summary of the new Tiberium Alliances content added to the main site today. Double Game Tracker - For the first time a very long time we are tracking two C&C games. The latest game details at a glance. Tiberium Alliances Section - We will keep adding to this as time goes by with story details, unit info, beta information and more. Tiberium Alliances Screen Shots - All the latest screen shots, presented in high resolution whenever possible. Tiberium Alliances Concept Art - Various images like logos, unit designs and more. Tiberium Alliances Forum - A place to discuss the first ever Command & Conquer browser based game. These news sections are works in progress and they will always be updated with the latest details. So keep checking back for more.
  24. If anyone doubted, they are now proven to be wrong. A has been released today on the official C&C YouTube channel. It shows much of the gameplay, and we can recognize mostly C&C 3 units and buildings. In the comments section, EA denied that this will be a Facebook game. Watch the trailer above and feel free discuss it on our forums.