Gears of War 4 finally looks like it’s taking a few risks with the formula, in some exhilirating new campaign footage.
The Xbox One S is out really soon, and it’s got some fancy bundles supposedly launching alongside it.
Gears of War 4 is going to be a violent and bloody game. But hopefully in an over the top manner that is meant to be silly, not disgusting.
Gears of War 4 hangs onto the past tightly, but it’s at its best when it manages to wriggle free.
Gears of War shows off some new features coming to PC and Xbox One, and gamers should be very excited.
It wasn’t just the single-player action that made Gears of War a system seller on the Xbox 360. It was the multiplayer. A feature that almost never made it onto the final game.
Did you play Gears of War: Ultimate Edition and are wondring just where the dickens your Gears of War 4 beta code is? Hang tight.
Microtransactions are an inescapable part of games now, so yes, Gears of War 4 will have them. Thankfully, it seems they’re only cosmetic.
Current Gears of War producer Ron Fergusson is looking to fine-tune the multiplayer experience beyond the “under-served” offerings of past games.
Gears of War 4 is keeping tradition alive by allowing parents to turn off all of that naughty adult content, much like it did in the original trilogy and prequel.
Gears of War 4 has a host of new weapons to combat it’s differnt, more mobile enemy types.
Gears of War, when it balances action with a touch of tension, is the game at its best. And it sounds like Gears of War 4 will be a darker entry in the series.