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Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour for Android gets pulled in less than 24 hours of its release

In less than 24 hours after its release, Gameloft's Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour has been pulled from the Play Store due to an error that occurred when downloading content after installation. Gameloft has not issued a statement on pulling of its highly anticipated game yet.
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December 11, 2012

If you were planning on purchasing the newly released Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour game by Gameloft for your Android device, I am afraid you will have to wait a few of more days. The game has been pulled from the store and is no longer available for purchase. The game has been already delayed, with the iOS version debuting a few days earlier than the Android launch.

Gameloft has not given an official word on Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour being pulled from the Play Store but according to speculations there was a problem with the downloading mechanism of the game which caused errors when users got the game. As with other games of its size, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour needed to download content from Gameloft’s servers after installation, which caused the problem.

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour isn’t the only high profile game that has disappeared from the Play Store after being recently released. This past week, Rockstar also pulled Grand Theft Auto: Vice City due to the same downloading issue with the game. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City will return by end of this week, according to Rockstar

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour was priced at $6.99 so for those who purchased it in time it’s a bigger disappointment than for the rest of us who missed the opportunity. Did you get the game while it was available?