Microsoft’s head of all things Gears of War, Rod Fergusson, says his team is playing it less safe with September’s Gears 5 after feedback that the series’ last installment didn’t go far enough.
The Coalition has unveiled some more detailed info about the multiplayer progression system of their upcoming Gears 5, or Gears of War 5 for those who aren’t too much into the snappy renaming. According to the dev, the game will not get a Season Pass, randomized Loot Boxes nor will future DLC maps be paid. Instead, all DLC maps will be given to all players for free. Microtransactions with real-world money for faster progress and exclusive customization will be present however.
In-game monetization is a tricky topic for developers. On one hand, the ever-rising cost of sustaining a studio for multiple years and still being able to make a profit forces larger projects to [...]
Now that E3 is over I thought it might be a good idea to round up all of the Android games announced during the three-day event, so that’s exactly what I’ve done. If you missed out on our gaming coverage this week or would like a recap of what titles are coming to the platform, then get ready to dig into a roundup of every notable Android game presented during E3 2019.
All the Android games announced at E3 2019 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
At E3 2018, longtime Gears of War producer Rod Fergusson showed off a new PC game called Gears Tactics and announced Gears 5 and Gears Pop as well. This year, Microsoft’s Xbox briefing only mentioned those last two.