Monday Night Combat is getting a sequel and will be free to play. Super Monday Night Combat features 5 vs. 5 competition, unlimited customization and gameplay elements inspired by Defense of the Ancients (DoTA).

Super Monday Night Combat is a free to play 3D third-person tactical shooter game developed by Uber Entertainment. The game will launch in the next several months in PC.

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  1. MNC Champ on May 7, 2012

    Great game if you enjoy MOBA/DOTA styled games and or shooters. They did a great job of combining the two. Im still addicted because its one of the few F2P games that arent P2W and ive unlocked almost all of the characters.

  2. donny on February 15, 2012

    so artic combat a f2p and this…..
    well my computer is gonne get a bhoner 😛

  3. tacobellkie on September 6, 2011

    hey is this game any good

  4. nicolas666 on August 27, 2011

    this is a lie, monday night combat is not free to play, at least in steam is still b2p

    • mmobomb Author on August 28, 2011

      lol just read the news… Super Monday Night Combat is a sequel…

      • nicolas666 on August 29, 2011

        LOL i feel stupid, sorry, it is already out?

  5. Ero-Shinigami on August 27, 2011

    For sure, all p2p will be f2p, and WoW will be the only paid, and then people will realise that they are paying for shit and go to something betta. Haters gonna hate!

  6. reivax200 on August 27, 2011

    I love you Steam

  7. Dan on August 27, 2011

    another P2P game becomes F2P 😀 damn F2P FTW XD

    • Hazard on August 27, 2011

      Hell yeah Dan and its only a matter of time b4 they all are ^^

    • Ashi on August 28, 2011

      I played this on the 360. The only reason its going free to play is because no one would be able to convince people to PAY for this piece of crap again. Its fun for like the first 2 days then you realize TF2 is better.

      • future_wwe_champion on September 6, 2011

        actually i thought it was great i just hated having to pay for crossfire sucked but the steam versions awesome