EA's free-to-play browser game Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances is now being operated by independent developer Envision Entertainment, the studio has announced.

Under the agreement, Envision will handle development, support, community management and live operations for Tiberium Alliances, with the developer promising to "form a dedicated team for the game to ensure the best experience".

"We love this game and we will do everything to make it an even better experience for its faithful players," said Envision CEO Dirk Ringe.

Other terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Tiberium Alliances first launched under EA in early 2012, having been developed by now-defunct studio EA Phenomic. Envision is said to consist "mainly of ex-Phenomic employees".

Source: Envision Entertainment

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