Modern Combat 5: Blackout is developed by Wil Lane Bucharest and published byGameloft. It is the fifth installment of the Modern Combat series and the sequel to Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. It was released on July 24, 2014 for the iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, Windows 8.1, and BlackBerry 10, and is the first game in the Modern Combat series to go completely Free-To-Play on all platforms except for BlackBerry 10, a feature added in an update. The game has also been known controversially for a rare achievement named ‘Allahu Akbar!” It is earned by blowing up 50 people with a grenade in the gamemode Destroy All.
The basic war in Modern Combat 5: Blackout is similar to the four previous games in the series. The player can shoot, crouch, sprint, throw grenades, aim, reload their weapons, leap to obstacles, knife enemies, and change/pick up weapons. A new key feature to Modern Combat 5 is the ability to pick a soldier and fix class ranging from assault, heavy, sniper, recon and support (each of which has its own different perks and weapons), although a player’s class does not prevent the player from picking up different classes’ weapons in-game (For example, a sniper class player can still pick up assault rifles).The campaign focuses on Phoenix (a minor character in Modern Combat 4) trying to hunt down Saunders (a supporting character in Modern Combat 4).
Each mission is about 5 minutes long, noticeably shorter than previous entries in the series. As you play in a certain class and acquire a “weapon score”, you unlock new guns and attachments to use in both the campaign and multiplayer. Modern Combat 5 is the first Modern Combat game to require a constant internet connection to play (an internet connection is required for the campaign as well as multiplayer).
1.Copy ‘com.gameloft.android.ANMP.GloftM5HM’ folder to ‘sdcard/Android/obb’
3.Launch the game