Modern Combat 5: Blackout, originally slated for a 2013 launch, has finally been given a release date by developer Gameloft. The highly anticipated first-person shooter will land on all iOS and Android devices on Thursday, July 24. The game can be downloaded for a one-time $ 6.99 fee ? meaning no in-app purchases.
Caydan Phoenix is the protagonist in Modern Combat 5: Blackout. Other characters who play a major role in the game are Tukura and Roux. This sequel to 2012?s Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour now takes players to Venice, Italy and let them control Phoenix in his mission to protect the transport of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) from a powerful terrorist group.
Modern Combat 5: Blackout offers four classes for gamers to choose from: recon, sniper, heavy, and assault. It also introduces new allies that help players during conflicts and have the ability to revive the main character the first time they die in the middle of a campaign. Blackout offers four multiplayer modes including FreeFor All, Capture The Flag, VIP, and Team Battle ? all of them supports up to 12 players.
To sum it all up, aside from this recent announcement, here are all the details we already know about Modern Combat 5 as listed in their Wikia.com page:
- Modern Combat 5 will not be cross-platform, meaning players on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone cannot play with each other in multiplayer.
- The game will be on iOS and Android, the Windows Phone version will be available shortly after.
- The game will not be freemium, and there will be no in-app purchases.
- The game will not feature voice chat at launch.
- The game will not support AirPlay at launch.
- Players will need an active internet connection to play the game. Campaign is available over 3G, while Multiplayer will require Wi-Fi.
If you really can?t wait for Modern Combat 5: Blackout?s release, which is just two weeks from now, check out this trailer released by Gameloft at the E3 2014 event.
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