In celebration of the 3rd anniversary of the launch of Modern Combat 5, Gameloft or remove energy counter from multiplayer mode. So, if you're not a Veteran or didn't buy the game at launch, you can play as many times as you want. No more worrying about energy bar.
It looks fine and flowery at Gameloft, doesn't it? Not so much. Recently, the Modern Combat player community has been furious with the latest update that brought unique class abilities to all classes.
The removal of the energy counter in multiplayer is very welcome, but it looks like it came to try to appease the negative reaction gamers are having with the game. Another reason for this change is the launch of Modern Combat Versus, which is very close. With that, MC5 will no longer be the focus. Gameloft intends to bet all the chips for the success of the new game.
Announcement of the removal of the energy meter was made via Facebook.
There will also be numerous rewards in an event that will mark the game's anniversary. If you have a cell phone with low processing power, don't despair. Apparently, GAmeloft will keep MC5 in the air for a long time.
For those who don't know Modern Combat 5 is a first-person shooter with versions for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. The game has singleplayer and online multiplayer modes.
Android game link
Game Link on iPhone and iPad
Game Link on Windows Phone
What do you think of the recent changes in Modern Combat 5? The removal of the energy meter has already been announced. Modern Combat 5 was originally released on July 24, 2014. Will we have to wait until then? Notice that the game on Android and iOS has been renamed to Modern Combat 5: FPS eSports?