The official Gears of War website featured a page containing all the information about the upcoming re-mastered version for Xbox One. So if you're itching to get the scoop ahead of Microsoft's E3 2015 conference, take a look below.
The website has since been removed, but ICXM captured a screenshot and ran the text through a translator to reveal the following information. The re-mastered Gears of War will enjoy 60 FPS and dedicated servers, 90 minutes of additional campaign content and various other features.
- Adapted for Dolby 7.1 Surround
- 90 minutes of new content for the campaign mode of the original game for the PC
- New achievements in Xbox LIVE (player account 1250)
- Gallery sketches and comics available to unlock
- Streamlined multiplayer mode
- 60 frames per second
- Dedicated servers
- Selection of players for skills
- New types of games, "Team Fight", "King of the Hill" (in the style of Gears of War 3) and the new 2 2 Destruction "Gnasherom."
- 19 cards, including downloadable content and exclusive cards from the PC version
- The ability to gain access to the 17 characters of Gears of War 3 multiplayer games
- New features match the settings, including the choice of parameters of the active charge, renewal, revival and the emergence of an independent arms.
- Streamlined gameplay more fluid movements and updated management system:
- Alternative control system and a brand new control scheme tournament
- All the control parameters are adapted for the Xbox One
- Added features from your favorite Gears of Wars 3: Marking enemy targets, the use of the device in a multiplayer game, improved sensitivity setting.
The website used a generic Gears of War 3 picture which could indicate that Gears of War 3 is the re-master. On closer inspection, the text seems to infer merely that features from Gears of War 3 multiplayer are being ported. Previous leaks suggest that the Xbox One re-master is of the first Gears of War, not the third, but I guess we'll have to wait until the Microsoft E3 conference on Monday to find out for sure.
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That 60 fps might not be in 1080p as I don't think the Xbox One is capable of that.
That is starting to become incorrect, check out the ODST remake. https://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/community/blog-posts/halo-the-master-... Also, does it really matter?
Don't bother with him, I've seen him spreading his PS4-fanboy FUD earlier on.
Lol, forza 5 is 1080p/60fps since launch...
It's doable, just incredibly uncommon. Even some PS4 games struggle with hitting 1080p/60fps. We aren't at that point yet unfortunately.
Great news, thanks Russian website
As long as they all end up on one disk I'll be fine. If the other games are DLC and they don't screw me dry with pricing I'll be fine. If their all $30+ bucks I'm buying a 360. Sloths fight leopards. You can't open a bag of chips. Clearly humans are the weaker species.
Wonder if the PC will get this version too!
Says 90 minutes of new content for the PC campaign mode so I'm hoping so.
I hope MS keeps its word about combining PC and X1 gaming and that it would mean all games are also for PC. We are about to see today. Anyway, I hope game makers start making more remakes of great games. Its much easier than making a completely new game, those games could cost a little less and we as gamers would have more games to play.
I have all of them on my 360
Looks like this week is more of games. Keep it up Microsoft
It's almost as if the biggest gaming convention in the USA is on this week.
Unless it's to support freedom safety etc I do not support leaks Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
True, it ruins my Christmas.
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