Gears of War 4 New Swarm Enemy Teased

Fear the swarm.

Posted By | On 08th, Apr. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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Gears of War 4 seems to be promising enough that a lot of people are, in spite of whatever initial caution they may have had, beginning to feel the hype for the game. The title is going to be the first entry in the series that will be developed by in house Microsoft studio The Coalition, as opposed to Epic, who were behind the original trilogy.

While there is a general level of anxiety about whether or not The Coalition can live up to the pedigree of the original games (with good reason, considering that Halo is widely acknowledged to have suffered in the transition from Bungie to 343), on the whole, it looks good enough that enough people are letting their guard down.

A lot of that excitement seems to be around some of the new things that this game is trying for the franchise, instead of trying to rehash the mythology from the original games- for instance, take the new kinds of Swarm enemies. The Coalition’s Rod Fergusson took to Twitter to tease the Swarm enemies, in a tweet that you can see below. They look like worthy successors to the locust, don’t they?

Gears of War 4 launches October 11 on Xbox One.

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    I think 343 did a fantastic job with Halo 5
    Halo 5’s War Zone and Breakout modes are the most fun I’ve had playing Halo in years

    • Alistein

      They did a good job with the multiplayer but botched the single player. Problem is the single player is what brings in players while the multiplayer keeps them.

  • Alistein

    These images look amazing would like to see it in motion.

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  • Ian Henry

    I am so ready to play this game.
    Seems to be very different from its predecessors

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