Microsoft recently revealed an upcoming next-gen remake of Gears of War, dubbed Gears of War: Ultimate Edition. Microsoft has now released a new teaser trailer for the new Ultimate Edition, which you can check out in the player below.
The revamped version of the game certainly looks impressive. It is almost hard to tell that it is an upgraded version of a game that was first released almost nine years ago. The graphics and visuals for the Ultimate Edition really look top notch. A beta multiplayer version of the game recently started. Per the official website, the new multiplayer is supposed to run at 60FPS and new gameplay modes, including Team Deathmatch, King of the Hill (Gears of War 3 style) and 2 vs 2 Gnasher Execution. There will also be 17 characters from Gears of War 3 unlockable for multiplayer progression.
One imagines if the Ultimate Edition does well, upgraded versions of Gears of War 2, GOW 3 and GOW: Judgement will follow suit. The Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is due out on August 25 for the Xbox One. It will serve as an appetizer of sorts for GOW 4. The next installment of the GOW franchise is due out for a holiday 2016 release.
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