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Tag: Modern Combat
If there is one thing you can count on for with Gameloft, it is the fact that they will always be one of the first developers to optimize their games for any new upcoming gaming hardware or platforms based off of Android that look promising. Whether it was the Ouya console or the GameStick, they usually have a few games announced as ready to go for that particular platform’s release.
Originally scheduled to be released tomorrow, Modern Combat 5: Blackout is actually available now, a day early. For only $6.99 you can experience a graphically intense FPS on your mobile device and if you follow the storyline at all, then you’ll be wanting this fifth installment into the series to take up where you left off in Modern Combat 4.
If you’ve read even a portion of our articles in the past month or so regarding Gameloft’s upcoming game Modern Combat 5: Blackout, then you should be pretty well educated on a majority of the content and features coming with the game when it gets released. One thing most people probably don’t know is when the game is actually going to come out. This is mainly because Gameloft hadn’t announced a release date, only that it would be coming this Summer.
Gameloft is holding another live stream and this time it is at E3 2014. A lot of companies are doing this now and, of course, E3 being the biggest video game conference there would be plenty of live streams. However Gameloft is streaming some Modern Combat 5: Blackout (with its price just being confirmed as $6.99 at launch) goodness with a little Rival Knights mixed into the stream and possibly some other goodies as well.
As E3 2014 approaches, we’ve already reported on the fact that Gameloft has about 4-5 additional titles that they will be revealing during the big video game conference. Well it seems the company didn’t want to wait when it comes to one of those games and they have released a new announcement trailer, announcing a game called Spider-Man Unlimited.
Gameloft seems to be releasing new screenshots and information regarding their upcoming addition to the Modern Combat franchise called Modern Combat 5: Blackout. If you’ve been following the site the last couple of weeks, then you are probably all caught up with all the details that have been released so far.
After Gameloft’s extensive live stream of the singleplayer campaign of the new Modern Combat: Blackout, we now have some new information and clarification about many of the game’s features and changes, along with some things to compare with previous games in the series.
Gameloft has finally let the cat out of the bag in regards to the next installment into their Modern Combat franchise, announcing the new game’s official name as well as details regarding the storyline. So what is the official name of this new Modern Combat game? It will be called Modern Combat 5: Blackout.
As many of you know, Amazon a couple of days ago held a press conference and announced their new set top box called Fire TV. While there is plenty of news about this, there’s also a decent amount of gaming news regarding Fire TV. For starters, Gameloft has already begun optimizing their games for Amazon’s set top box.