EA Classic C&C Red Alert II Free On Origin For A Limited Time

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅16.09.2015 16:55:31



Fancy a spot of old-school RTS action? If so you should take a peek at Origin's latest On the House free game deal, which this month features an absolute classic of the genre.

Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2 throws you into the cauldron of an alternate-history war between the United States and USSR, with super-weapons on both sides. The Soviets occupy much of the United States, leveraging a form of mind control over the populace, whilst the US seek to gather allies and strike back to reclaim their homeland. During two distinct campaigns (with distinct timelines) you play the role of commander in American and Soviet forces, forging the future of this unfamiliar world.

This deal also includes the Yuri's Revenge expansion pack for Red Alert 2.

On the House titles are entirely free once downloaded, forever; all you need is an active Origin account in good standing. On The House offers do have a limited duration however, so it's best to get on board early to avoid disappointment.

About 'On the House'

Free?! What's the catch?
There's no catch. Grab full games, expansions and more at absolutely no cost. Just make sure to act fast because On the House specials can appear and disappear at any time.

You mean a trial or demo, right?
Nope. You’re getting a full version of the real game — for free!

How long will I own the game?
Once you’ve claimed your game, it’s yours to keep!

Why is Origin doing this?
We're gamers, too. We appreciate you making Origin your gaming home ... and besides, who doesn't like free stuff?


You can find the deal at Origin.com. In addition, Origin also offers Free Game Time for some of their most popular titles, the details of which you can find here.


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