Super MNC Now Available On GamersFirst
Author: William Usher
published: 2013-03-02 15:20:45
Reloaded Games and Uber Entertainment have announced that the assimilation of Super Monday Night Combat via GamersFirst is complete and gamers can now download Super MNC through the GamersFirst Live! download manager or from the G1 website. This probably makes it easier for Super MNC fans to get into a game like APB: Reloaded or vice versa.
Reloaded Games’ Chief Marketing Officer Rahul Sandil commented in the press release about the merging of Super MNC with G1, saying...
“Bringing a creative, innovative and challenging free2play game like Super MNC onto the GamersFirst portal and G1Live! further strengthens our commitment to delivering hard-core gaming experiences to our community of 30 million players,” ... “As the seventh game to join our ranks, we know that a game with such an irreverent attitude and solid game experience with be of interest to our players, and grow diversity of our games catalog to our player community.”
Reloaded Games kicked off their developer portal platform known as ARMAS last July. It offers developers monetization and marketing positioning within the mid and hardcore game space to leverage a title as best as possible towards a dedicated audience. The company announced back in November that Super MNC would be joining the ARMAs line-up and now the game has finalized the distribution sterilization process and is primed and ready for consumption through the GamersFirst web portal(s).
Given that Monday Night Combat is already available on Steam, I imagine broadening the game's appeal through the GamersFirst portal alongside high profile titles like APB: Reloaded and Fallen Earth certainly wouldn't hurt the game's image in the eyes of core gamers who enjoy third-person, multiplayer battle arena shooters.
The free-to-play title from Uber Entertainment is available now on G1 and you can learn more by visiting the Official Website.
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