Modern Combat Versus - and again the company Gameloft pleases its fans, presenting another novelty related to the genre of shooters. The presented project can be considered a kind of a branch of the popular game series, because unlike the previous parts, there is no clear plot. The very same project, both in gameplay and in mechanics, looks like many moments to the computer game Overwatch, which is also a first-person shooter. Yes, what can I say, if some of the protagonists in the most shameless manner were licked from the brainchild of Blizzard Entertainment. After starting the application and getting into the main menu, the user's attention is immediately attracted by a large button with the inscription BATTLE NOW, clicking on which you can immediately find yourself in the midst of another exciting battle. But first you should choose a protagonist, because there are at least a dozen of them in the project, and each hero is endowed with unique characteristics and original abilities. This choice largely depends on the tactics used by the player, so examine the description of each character and choose one single one that you can competently and confidently manage. In every Modern Combat Versus match, up to four gamers can take part on each side, and the task at each level is the same - faster than the rival to capture a certain location and hold it to the finish. Naturally, for the success of these actions, the user earns all kinds of resources and virtual money through which you can unlock new protagonists or improve the representatives of your combat team.
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