Modern Combat Versus Gets Team Deathmatch in New Update
Gameloft’s Modern Combat Versus has added the highly coveted team deathmatch mode as parts of its Summer Championship Update.
Though Modern Combat Versus had previously offered gamers team oriented multiplayer with its zone mode, the new team deathmatch mode does away with any objectives beyond shooting the other team. The mode is scored solely based on the number of eliminations each team gets.
While the team deathmatch mode might be the biggest new addition, there are a number of other notable items in the new update. Players can now equip 15 different national jerseys, putting their nation’s flag on their chest as they head into battle. There’s a new football themed map, Stadium, designed to be compact and action packed. And as always, there are a number of other smaller changes and balancing tweaks.
Modern Combat Versus originally launched last year to mixed reviews from both fans and critics. Though highly anticipated as the next entry in the incredibly popular Modern Combat series, the game has not been able to find the same level of success as previous titles in the series. It currently sits at over 1 million downloads on Google Play. The game’s release came at a time when battle royale shooters were beginning to dominate the shooter landscape on PC and consoles before setting their sights on mobile. Games like PUBG Mobile and Survival Royale have surpassed 10 million downloads on Google Play despite being released months later.
Modern Combat Versus is free and contains in app purchases.
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