Gameloft Modern Combat 5: Blackout To Launch This Month For Android and iOS

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One of the most popular game developers Gameloft has been working on the next generation of the Modern Combat game for over a year now. The company officially said that it would be eventually released on July 24th.

Gameloft Modern Combat 5: Blackout To Launch This Month

We are talking about the Modern Combat 5: Blackout, which is one game that most smartphone and tablet gamers are desperately waiting for. The company also revealed a short trailer of the game ahead of E3 2014.

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Gameloft also said that the game would come with a unified game progression for both single and multiplayer options and four soldier classes.

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Talking a bout the pricing and availability, the Modern Combat 5: Blackout would cost $6.99 (approx. Rs. 417) similar to the Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. What is good about the new version is that it would not include any in-app purchases like the Modern Combat 4. It would be available for both Android and iOS platforms on July 24th.

Some of the highlighted features of the game are Four character classes (Assault, Sniper, Heavy, and Recon, each with their own set of skills to upgrade), Unified progression system where one character across both multiplayer and single player take up missions, Spec-Ops Missions, New Single player features, New Squad vs Squad multiplayer, Global and Squad chat and a highly improved graphics.

Moreover, the Modern Combat 5: Blackout promises an action-packed shooting adventure around the globe, with the story starting in Venice, Italy, where Phoenix is sent to protect a transport of weapons of mass destruction.

If you are interested in the game, you will have to wait for another 2 weeks. Until then you can stay tuned to GizBot!

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