CES 2012: Qualcomm picks Gameloft's Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation to showcase Snapdragon S4

Title optimised to make most of processor

CES 2012: Qualcomm picks Gameloft's Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation to showcase Snapdragon S4
A partnership that serves to showcase both sides' graphical prowess, Qualcomm has announced it has picked Gameloft's Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation to illustrate the power of the firm's Snapdragon S4 processor.

The Android version of the shooter will take pride of place at Qualcomm's booth at CES 2012, with Gameloft having designed the game to make the most of the S4.

Modern partnership

"We are excited to be working with Gameloft to bring multiplayer console-like experience to mobile devices with Qualcomm's leading, integrated mobile graphics and LTE technology," said Qualcomm's director of advanced gaming Dave Durnil.

"It is a priority for Qualcomm to optimize our Snapdragon processors to provide an unparalleled mobile gaming experience for end users and we are excited to showcase Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation on our Snapdragon S4 platform at CES."

Gameloft claims the Modern Combat series has now amassed downloads of more than 3 million, with CES 2012 attendees set to be able to take on Fallen Nation's multiplayer mode via the latest Snapdragon Mobile Development Platform (MDP) tablet.

Processor power

"Gameloft is thrilled to be working with Qualcomm to continue enhancing the overall mobile gaming experience for our users with their growing selection of chipsets and processors," said Gameloft's VP of publishing for the Americas Baudouin Corman.

"With Gameloft's commitment to publishing high-quality games and Qualcomm’s dynamic technology, we're able to bring some of the most exciting titles and immersive experiences to date to Android tablets and smartphones."

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