Gears of War 4 is expected to be Microsoft’s hardest hitting exclusive of the year, but it might be skipping out on the holiday season entirely.
The Xbox enjoyed a stellar year of first-party exclusives and support from Microsoft, delivering some quality titles along the way. Which one stood tall in the crowd of winners?
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition will be using DirectX 12 to shine on PC – but how does it make use of asynchronous computing on different cards? The Coalition explains.
The PlayStation 4 might be selling more hardware and more games – but when it comes to exclusives, Xbox One is champ. For August at least.
The Coalition flexs their muscles with a from scratch remake of the original Gears of War, transforming the game into a stunning title with gameplay fit for the modern age.
A Gears of War launch wouldn’t be complete without the return of Mad World. Here’s the Gears of War: Ultimate Edition launch trailer.
The very first Gears of War is receiving an ultimate edition – a version of the game rebuilt from the ground up. How does it look and play? Pretty damn fantastic!
It’s not easy to remake a game and then expect everything to work straight out of the box. That’s kind of the case with Gears of War Ultimate Edition, as retooling the classic multiplayer on that iconic Xbox 360 title was one of the biggest challenges for developer The Coalition.
Microsoft has just announced that buying Gears of War: Ultimate edition on Xbox One gets you backwards compatability-enabled versions of the entire series for free.
Unlike the massive wartime set piece that was Gears Of War 3, Gears of War 4 will focus on a tighter and more rational story to VREEEEM your Lancer through.
Gears of War is coming to Xbox One at the end of August in its prettiest version yet, but the team didn’t have much time to make that happen.
What games are still left to play during the rest of the year? Simply put, ALL OF THEM.