Command & Conquer: Rivals™ PVP

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3.9
148K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

There’s no victory like one against your rivals! Feel the rush of competition in Command & Conquer: Rivals, an action-packed RTS with strategic tactics capable of turning the tide of any battle. Take control of your customized army and conquer your opponent in The War for Tiberium. Team up with friends to share resources in alliances. Create your combination of infantry, tanks, aircraft, and more to outsmart your opponent’s strategy in fast, fun PvP matches.

THE THRILL OF VICTORY IS YOURS
In Command & Conquer: Rivals, the strategy behind your skills determines victory or defeat. Choose a Commander to lead your forces – each holds powerful abilities that can influence your approach. Customize your army with winning combinations of infantry, tanks, aircraft, and more. Then evolve it to align with your Commander’s unique abilities, before unleashing destructive weapons and vehicles in quick and exciting PvP battles!

REVEL IN RIVALRY
Test your strategy against your opponent’s strategy in live PvP as you battle to outwit your rivals in real time! Choose to fight for the Global Defense Initiative or Brotherhood of Nod. Restock your supplies and boost your army with valuable supply convoys. Join an alliance to team up with friends, share resources, and climb the leaderboards. Complete daily challenges for massive rewards that improve your Commanders, weapons, and abilities. Grow your army with every victory in this adrenaline-fueled RTS!

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Updated on
Mar 26, 2024

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Location, Personal info and 4 others
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Ratings and reviews

3.9
139K reviews
Luci Morningstar
April 3, 2024
Pretty good for a mobile game. Strategy is in real time. I've been playing C&C since the 90s and this game scratches the itch... enough. It's on a hexagonal grid which makes positioning a little awkward for RTS, sometimes your units will move past other units without shooting at the enemy because 2 units can't occupy the same tile, but other than that bit of jankiness the mechanics seem fine. You gain more unit types as the game progresses, just like normal C&C. All in all, it's an OK game.
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Andrew Whitehead
December 18, 2023
I gave up to on C&C Rivals a while back. The truth is it's not a bad game, but it lacks reasons to keep coming back after a certain level. You'll get thrown into matches where you're WAY outgunned, and it feels like the game is saying "pay to win" — and to an extent that works! Once I dropped some cash the game got easier for a bit. I know they need to make money, but cosmetics would be way better. This game is slowly dying, and it sucks. But not unexpected.
63 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
December 15, 2018
I've put about a week into it, and am rating it one star mostly due to an obvious issue with grinding/endless repetition. It's very nicely designed, a great throwback to command and conquer, and all things considered the units and abilities are interesting and fun. But when you get down to it, there is almost no variation in gameplay and improving your units is a slog. All maps are basically the same. You have to control the nuke platforms in the middle, which means 95% of the time you send a stream of units to clash on the same one or two spots in the middle. When it's well balanced, a slight advantage - which can come about even from the chance of which units were chosen initially, a complete guess - can carry through and makes it very hard for the other side to win. When it's not well balanced, there's no point. Meaning 80%+ of gameplay it feels pretty clear who will win and you're just riding it out. Combine that with the ridiculous bounty reward system, which means most of the time you need to complete 10 games a day for a reward worth mentioning, and then get almost no reward after 10 games, means to keep momentum you need to play 40 minutes a day. Not get a leg up, mind you... that pace is maddeningly slow for unit advancement. Sooo better part of an hour spent actively clicking around, when a good half hour of that the battles already feel decided, for a payoff of... what? To be able to improve one of your units stats by 5% after several days of repeating, only to rinse and repeat against players who also upped theirs by 5%? It sure sounds like you could dump 100 hours into this and have basically the same experience and satisfaction as the first week, but more jaded. That is, if the pay to win aspects other reviewers mention don't get in the way later on.
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What's new

Greetings, Commanders! We’ve made some behind-the-battleground enhancements to keep your game dynamic. Update now for the best experience and thanks for playing!