f you’ve been itching to get your mitts on Gameloft’s latest mobile-oriented shooter for Android, today is your lucky day. After being delayed for a week, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour has finally been released by Gameloft through Google Play. Evidently, the issues that plagued its initial release have more or less been resolved.
Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour lands on Android, not without errors and glitches
Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, the latest installment in Gameloft's successful game franchise, is getting closer and closer to release, and Gameloft wants to make sure that gamers stay excited. To ensure that they do, the game's latest developer diary is showing off new improvements to multiplayer.
Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour details about new weapons, maps, and perks released by GameLoft
There is no better way to get gamers excited about a game than releasing details of some last minute features. GameLoft has done this with Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. Recently announced was new maps, features, perks, and weapons that will leave Android FPS more excited about the release.
Gameloft teases Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, to hit Android this fall
Video game developer Gameloft has its fans and its haters, but if it’s one thing we Android gamers all like at the French company is its dedication to franchises and punctuality in releasing sequels. The Modern Combat series of first-person shooters didn’t have the best of starts with the visually impressive, but rather glitchy Sandstorm from 2009, but despite that Gameloft stubbornly came back with a sequel in 2010 and a third game in 2011.
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