This week, fans of the Gears Of War series have been given a very nice look at the Gears of War 4 single player campaign thanks to an intense gameplay video shared by IGN. Watching is not playing, though, but it seems like some will have the chance to try out Horde 3.0 before the game launches.
On his official Twitter profile, The Coalition's Rod Fergusson has been asked about a playable Horde 2.0 demo. He answered by inviting the player to PAX West, hinting that there might be a chance to try it out during the event, which will be held from September 2nd until September 5th in Seattle, WA.
come to PAX West!
— Rod Fergusson (@GearsViking) August 9, 2016
This week's Gears Of War 4 gameplay video is most likely not going to be the only Gears Of War 4 news coming this week. A few hours ago, the official Gears Of War 4 Twitter profile confirmed that a developer Q&A will be held later this week, on Friday 12th at 3 PM PDT. It will be possible to submit questions live so make sure to tune in on the Gears of War Official Twitch channel , if you have any burning question regarding the game that you want answered.
— Gears of War (@GearsofWar) August 9, 2016
Gears of War 4 is still somewhat far from release, but it seems like it will be possible to pre-load the game starting next month. According to GameStop's official website, Gears of War 4 will become available for pre-load from September 13th, around one month before its official launch.
Gears Of War 4 launches on October 11th in all regions on PC and Xbox One. The game will support Xbox Play Anywhere, so it will support cross-buy as well as cross-play for cooperative modes and much more. We will keep you updated on The Coalition's first person shooter as soon as more comes in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.