Microsoft announces $30 “Season Pass” for Gears of War 3

Posted By | On 29th, Aug. 2011

Microsoft has announced a $30 “Season Pass” for the upcoming Gears of War 3, which will include a heavily discounted rate for all upcoming DLCs of the game. Those who have the pass will be able to get the first four DLCs of Gears 3 “over the course of the next year,” with the first one coming out in November.

Season Pass holders will get a 33% discount on those four DLC packs.

You will also get an “exclusive Liquid Metal Weapon Set” for free.

The Season Pass will be available for purchase starting September 20, the same day the game releases. It will cost you 2400 Microsoft Points.


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