One Microsoft’s big reveals today was Gears of War 4. It’s in development at The Coalition (formerly Black Tusk), the Microsoft developer that now runs the Gears series since it was acquired from Epic Games, and is scheduled to be available for the 2016 holiday season.

Check out the gameplay in the trailer below.


ALSO Gears of War is getting the remaster treatment. Gears of War Ultimate Edition brings the original game to Xbox One at 1080p resolution with 60-frames-per-second gameplay.

A beta version of Gears of War Ultimate will be available on Xbox One today and the full Ultimate Edition will be available later in the year.

For more on Gears and this years E3, stay tuned.

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