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Gears 5 gets themed jewelry in Australia and New Zealand

What you need to know

  • Gears 5 is a third-person shooter from Xbox Game Studios.
  • The game features a lot of new additions to its campaign and multiplayer.
  • There are a lot of promotions like Gears 5-themed jewelry going on right now.
  • You can purchase Xbox Game Pass through Amazon (opens in new tab).

Gears 5 is an upcoming third-person shooter from The Coalition. Not only does the game feature a larger campaign, but it also provided plenty of multiplayer modes. There are lots of crossovers and promotions going on as well.

It seems like Australia keeps on getting amazing Xbox One products. A few months ago, Xbox One-themed shower gel and other toiletries were announced. Today, we got word that Microsoft has partnered with Australian jewelry designer Jason Moss to release an exclusive range of unisex jewelry inspired by Gears 5. I wish we could get them in the United States because I would buy everything.

According to Finder, "Moss has designed a limited edition ring and pendant influenced by the Locust necklace worn by lead character Kait Diaz. The pieces have been crafted by fire and cast in ice-cold silver, evoking the fire and ice locales that players battle through in the game."

If you want one, you'll have to win one. Visit the company's Facebook page here and follow the instructions for a chance to win. It seems like you just have to comment on the post.

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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.