Amazon and GameStop have listed up their preorder incentives for Gears of War: Ultimate Edition. Both retailers are offering Savage skins for use during online competitive multiplayer.
Even for the Ultimate Edition now? Why can't even the Definitive/Ultimate re-releases come with 100% of the in-game content? It may be a irrelevant skin but it's still dumb. Rare Replay's the only 2015 MS title to avoid these sorts of bonuses, it seems.
The skins noone used in gears 3?
Gears of War Ultimate Edition is already rocking my socks off in the beta. So getting this come August.
I'm sick of these series remasters coming out one game at a time. Microsoft: "Let's release Gears of War Ultimate Edition for $40 and it only includes Gears 1 instead of 1, 2, 3, and Judgment." Sony: "Let's release God of War 3 Remastered for $40 and it only includes God of War 3 instead of the God of War Saga." Come on... I can get both Gears of War and God of War 3 for less than $5. Or even the whole series of each for less than $20. Why would I want to spend $40 just to have a slightly better looking $5 game? Not a good choice for GoW...
At least the gears of war game will be remade and not just a higher rez bump like god of war.
That's why Microsoft does remastered better
What's the point of this remaster if Xbox 1 will be backwards compatible
The beta was so rushed you cannot play with friends what a joke. I really wanted to show my friend the unique MP too. Now that BC is possible this release just seems more and more meaningless.
You sure you tried that with social matches? I saw the 'Invite Friend' option on there just yesterday when you're in pre-game lobby area.
It is literally on their QA/FAQ page, saying they did not have enough time to sort out issues to get it working in time for beta. Sad I know, considering the game is the most team based I know
I can't believe how amazing the beta was, a 9 year old game still plays like one of the best multiplayer games ever.
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