Gears of War: Ultimate Edition review: the road home | Polygon

No medium is as beholden to the passage of time as video games. Gears of War: Ultimate Edition demonstrates this eloquently.

When Vancouver developer The Coalition (formerly Black Tusk) was entrusted with the Gears of War franchise in 2014, the team decided that the best way to learn Gears would be to revisit original developer Epic's work on the game that started the series. The result is Gears of War: Ultimate Edition. Ultimate offers a completely intact, gameplay identical version of Gears' campaign, albeit one with a complete visual overhaul, and a revamped vision of the original game's multiplayer mode with tweaks both big and small, the most drastic being a locked 60fps.

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