Gears of War 3 getting 4-player campaign co-op

Posted By | On 14th, Apr. 2010

That VideoGame Blog state that Epic games have just confirmed that the newly announced Gears of War 3 will feature four-player campaign co-operative play.

The news first originated from an IRC chat with designer Rod Fergusson and was later confirmed by design director, Cliff Bleszinski.  “4player integrated story co op in the campaign!” as confirmed via Rod’s twitter.

The co-op campaign is set to feature all four members of the delta squad as well as a “variety of other characters”.


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