Gameloft unleashes Modern Combat 5: Blackout to Nintendo Switch after 4 years of release

Jun 14, 2018, 6:30 am

Aniruddha P.

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Gameloft is bringing its mobile game Modern Combat 5: Blackout to Nintendo Switch today, June 14 at E3. The game was released in mobile 4 years ago.

No feature, enhancement or update has been disclosed by the developers, and neither have they revealed about price or whether it’ll be free. It is, in fact, a free game released on July 2014 across iOS, Android, and Windows. As a refresher, it is a first-person shooting game with both single and multiplayer modes.


The gameplay trailer from 2014 shows varied basics to get you started and settled. It is entirely about shooting the enemies with your character’s team, sometimes using the sniper to earn headshots. It seems fast and action-packed, with impressive graphics and complementary background music.

While it brings a whole new world of FPS action brought to the console, fans would love to see new features and enhancements as it goes to a new platform, Switch. We will have to wait till the details are out. Stay tuned!

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