True to its promise, French developer Gameloft today unleashed a massive content update to the fourth installment of its popular wartime shooter franchise, Modern Combat. The ‘Meltdown’ content pack, as they’re calling it, is of course free to players who’ve previously purchased the game.
The download brings with it three new maps, two new weapons – the portable 40mm Thor GLP grenade launcher and the SFS CTK-12 sniper rifle - two new game modes, a brand new Demolition specialization and a whole host of goodies aimed at balancing the gameplay… Read More
Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour made its way into the App Store last December and today French developer Gameloft is teasing a forthcoming update. Titled ‘Meltdown,’ the content update is of course free to players who bought the game and will be available on iOS starting Thursday, June 19, and “coming very soon” to Android.
The trailer included right below the fold mentions three new maps (Fracture, Extraction and Backfire), two new game modes and a brand new specialization (Demolition)… Read More
Fans of the popular first-person shooter franchise Modern Combat will be happy to hear that Gameloft has just posted the first teaser trailer for the next iteration of the game, Modern Combat 5.
As you can imagine, the trailer doesn’t offer up too many details about the game itself. But it does feature a handful of entertaining action sequences in near-console quality graphics. Enjoy… Read More
It’s been a pretty big night for iOS gamers. Hot on the heels of the release of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour has gone live in the App Store. This is the 4th [obviously] title in Gameloft’s successful first-person shooter series, and it features the same great gameplay with some upgraded graphics… Read More
Popular mobile games maker Gameloft today confirmed that its war shooter Modern Combat 4 will launch on iOS first this Thursday, December 6, 2012, followed by the Android version “shortly after”. You won’t be only playing a U.S. soldier as the game also puts you in the shoes of the villain Edward Page.
When we first saw the reveal trailer, it dawned on us that Gameloft’s latest chapter in the blockbuster FPS franchise offers eye-popping mobile graphics that takes full advantage of the power provided by Apple’s latest A6 and A6X chips.
The iOS version has been confirmed to support the iPhone 5 and developers tapped the Havok engine, which has been improved on mobile and now features real-time shadows. I’ve also included two dev diary clips for your viewing pleasure, find them right after the break… Read More