Modern Combat 5: Blackout from Gameloft has Additional Details Revealed on Multiplayer

Modern Combat 5: Blackout from Gameloft has Additional Details Revealed on Multiplayer

May 29, 2014

More details are available for the upcoming Modern Combat 5, with multiplayer details now available. The online multiplayer will support up to 12 players simultaneously, in capture the flag, VIP, free for all, and team battle modes. Players can form persistent squads in Squad vs. Squad modes, forming dedicated teams to take on other squads. There will be Limited-Time Events that let players win prizes, along with leaderboards for squads and individual players, with the unified single and multiplayer progression as well. Controller support is planned but may not be in at launch, and the game may support Twitch streaming as well. We’ll have more details as they come in. Until then, check the new screens below.

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