Microsoft will be promoting the upcoming sci-fi shooter Gears of War 4 with a brief art exhibition, "Gears Art", in Los Angeles from October 1-2. Some people who attend the event might also be able to get an invite to Microsoft's big "Gears of War 4: Live" launch event for the game on October 5.
Xbox Wire (opens in new tab) has the first details on the event:
The exhibit will include a lot of concept art from Gears of War 4, many of which have never been seen by the public. Tony Moore, the comic book artist best known for his work on The Walking Dead, will also be showing off some exclusive artwork he has created to promote the game, including a new piece that will make its debut at the exhibit. The Gears of War 4 soundrack, composed by Games of Thrones' Ramin Djawadi, will also make its public debut at the art exhibit.
Gears of War 4 will be released for the Xbox One and Windows 10 for people who buy the Ultimate Edition on October 7, and for everyone else on October 11
Need more? Don't miss our other coverage of Gears of War 4 including:
- Gears of War 4 main page
- Gears of War 4 Windows 10 PC system requirements
- We survived a first taste of Gears of War 4's campaign and interviewed the developer
- The Gears of War 4 Xbox One S is Microsoft's best special edition yet
- Everything you need to know about Gears of War 4's Horde Mode
- Interview: In detail with Gears of War 4's Horde Mode 3.0 designer
- I played Gears of War 4 at The Coalition
I think it's right that next weeks wallpaper Wednesday (or whatever it's called) is themed - Gears of war
I'm so excited for this game. Preordered the ultimate edition yesterday, and the fact that the preorder comes with the previous four GoW games for free makes it much sweeter :)
That's if u not already have them, or had them 3 from gears ultimate offers etc or games with gold ( no incentive for me but hey I've ordered the gears xbox one 2tb )))
I have the GoW ultimate edition but it came with my xbox so I think I qualify? I guess we'll see.
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