Browser-based strategy MMO Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances has exited beta and is now formally open for business, publisher EA has announced.
You'll pick from one of two factions - the Global Defense Initiative (GDI) or the Nod - and then set about managing your resources, building an army, fostering alliances and generally throwing your weight around.
It's free-to-play and works cross-platform. A cloud save feature will be available to make it accessible across both web browsers and mobile devices.
The title, developed by German studio Phenomic, attracted controversy last month after EA was accused of copying tank units from Warhammer 40,000.
For more on how it plays, head on over to Eurogamer's recent Command & Conquer: Tiberium Alliances preview.