Microsoft has taken the wraps off the next major entry in its Gears of War franchise, with two new reveal trailers. Gears 5 shifts its focus to Kait Diaz, diving deeper into her background with a continuation on 2016's Gears of War 4.
Currently, we know the game will offer single-player, local co-op, online co-op across its campaign, offering the "biggest, most beautiful" experience in the series. Gears 5 will also be enhanced for Xbox One X, supporting 4K resolution and High Dynamic Range (HDR) at 60 frames per second (FPS).
Announced during Microsoft's E3 2018 media briefing, the game's reveal was paired with a five-minute cinematic trailer and a two-minute unveiling of in-game footage.
Gears 5 is set for release on Xbox One and Windows 10.
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