Modern Combat Blackout Update Prepares For Deployment On Nintendo Switch

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Gameloft has announced that they are working on a hotfix for Modern Combat Blackout, correcting issues that have been identified since it released on Nintendo Switch.

These changes will include addressing framerate drops, increasing the range of the Camera Speed settings, visual improvements, and correcting a bug with the Dynamic Resolution feature. For those that are interested, the full list of hot fixes is below:

  • Fixed an issue that prevented some users from logging into online modes after several hours of online play.
  • Fixed a source of framerate drops during moments of high action. We will cap the framerate at 30fps in both docked and portable mode.
  • Added a Field of View slider to the settings, allowing players to customize how zoomed-in the camera is by default.
  • Increased the range of Camera Speed settings for further fine-tuning.
  • The “Shop” has been renamed the “Black Market” to help clarify that there are no micro-transactions in the game.
  • Fixed a bug that disconnected online players from the server when a Joy-Con detached from, or lost communication with, the system.
  • New visual improvements, including higher quality reflections on armor.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the min and max League Points to be incorrectly displayed.
  • Fixed a bug in the Dynamic Resolution feature that prevented it from working properly.
  • Disabled the 180° turn feature from the 2nd control scheme.

In this first-person action game, you have the chance to find the playstyle that suits you, with nine customizable classes in Assault, Bounty Hunter, Heavy, Kommander, Recon, Sapper, Sniper, Support, or X1-Morph.

These can be leveled in both the Spec Ops missions that will deploy you around the world in the single-player campaign or the multiplayer mode, where you can challenge other players online in Team Battle and Free-For-All matches.

Modern Combat Blackout is now available on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide, priced at $19.99.

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