Publisher Gameloft and semiconductor company MediaTek have announced that the upcoming game Modern Combat 5 will be optimized on the new MT6592 octa-coresmartphone SoC, for Android smartphones and will be available in early 2014 on Google Play.
The game is a fast-moving action first person shooter, and the companies state that being optimized for the new octa-core Soc will allow for such features as continuous scrolling in high definition with attention to detail from soft particle display for a better depth of field and will allow them to create better effects such as water distortion, reflections and shadows.
"We're thrilled to expand our collaboration with MediaTek," said Ludovic Blondel, Vice President OEM at Gameloft. "This new octa-core system on a chip is focused on high performance and is one of the best mobile technologies on today's market. We are delighted to showcase this innovative, high-end technology in Modern Combat 5, one of our most awaited games of 2014."
Modern combat 5 will be available for all devices equipped with the MT6592 chip, and will see a launch on Google Play sometime in early 2014. You can check out the chip's leaked specs here.