A recent leak from Geforce Now’s database has pointed a some new first- and third-party games that could join Microsoft’s PC library. The most important of those games include Gears of War 6, the new Fable, and Halo 5: Guardians – the only released Halo not included in The Master Chief Collection.
Other games include:
Chrono Cross RemasterGod of WarResident Evil Remake
With a new report from Windows Central, we can see how some of these leaks corroborate with reporter Jez Corden’s earlier reports. It should be noted, however, that the list of games in this report could be outdated or simply cancelled projects. Some of Microsoft’s listings include games that are still using codenames, but it’s those games that hel[ lend some credibility to the entire report.
Oxide UnannouncedProject WoodstockProject HollandProject Typhoon
Project Holland became Fables reboot while Project Typhoon is said to be the latest game...
Despite the numerous game delays, all of which we can pay thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak, it looks like Gears Tactics is right on track to launch for PC on April 28.
Word comes directly from Microsoft, who claims that the PC version of the game has “gone gold,” which means it’s done and ready to be shipped. So, that’s good news for the PC gamers of the world. As far as the Xbox version of the game, we still have to wait a little while for that. Gears Tactics is being built as a “PC-first experience” that’s designed specifically for mouse-and-keyboard play, so more work is needed for the console port. It’s expected to launch for Xbox sometime later on in 2020, and so far, it appears to be on track as well as we haven’t heard any negative news in that regard.
That's right; you can now get a free "Batista" skin, inspired by none other than the Wrestler Dave Bautista. And, to make the deal even sweeter, the skin features over 700 voice lines. Rod Fergusson mentioned that the fantasy of Batista as Marcus was the beginning of this idea, later on adding voice performance and the classic signature.
You can get the skin for free, just by going to the customize section(multiplayer) and clicking it. The skin will be free until October 26th for any Xbox One or PC player. A wonderful gift for its large community, knowing that in the first week it reached over 3 million users and the numbers keep raising.
Only a few days left until it's release on September 9th - that is unless you are an "Xbox Game Pass Ultimate" member, in which case you can play the game starting September 6. Anyway, there are lots of guns, drama, explosions, and bloody scenes. Although, we're still confused as to why the "terminator" is in it - apparently, time travel is too complicated for us.
We've seen many familiar characters, as Clayton Carmine and Augustus "Cole Train" cole. We're happy to see that no bloody creature managed to take them from our screens, at least at this moment. We know that you found that something, we know that you need to kill it, but please, can we get at least a hint of what it is and how many bullets does it take to put it down?
We see from the first...
Finally, we got some information about the Gears 5's campaign. The game itself motivates you to explore all the new surroundings, even if it's the main quest or just a side quest. This "evolution" impresses the player, especially those of you who like the "stealthy ninja style" kills along the way. There are also brand new abilities for those who love the adrenaline rush when you let all your enemies know you mean business.
Explore mountains covered entirely by snow, or endless deserts. The campaign starts with a village being attacked by the Swarm. Your character "Kait" and Del try their best to defend it. All presented in a cinematic mission. After the Swarm army fails to destroy the village, you're gonna be introduced to your first vehicle. Do not expect a monster truck or an armored tank. Instead, you get a Skiff...
The launch of Gears 5 is just weeks away, and now we're finally getting a look at the multiplayer maps that will be available at launch. As expected, they look dark, creepy, and very detailed. It's clear that Gears 5 is shaping up to be one hell of a game and we can't wait to play it. Until it launches, however, here's your first look at the Gears 5 multiplayer maps and a little bit about each one of them.
Asylum is a classic-style Gears map, with strong fronts
across all three lanes and imposing architecture set during a dark night.
A New COG Transit Line has been installed on the outskirts
of the asylum. These trains stop for no one, so if you get in their way, the
Train will always be the one to come out on top. Always.
The middle offers a tight lane...
Even if Windows 10 is one of the most used operating systems on almost all PCs, some new games are still playable on the Windows 7 operation system. The best example will be the new Gears 5 that's set to launch in early September 2019. Initial Gears 5 system requirements indicated that Windows 10 will be a "must-have" for a better experience of the game, but steam has shown us otherwise.
According to Steam, Windows 7 64-bit will cover the requirements of Gears 5. All those facts being clarified by Ryan Cleven, the design director. This inlcudes cloud saves, achievements, controllers support, and Steam trading cards. A cross-platform multiplayer will be added later on, but that will require your Xbox profile for compatibility, even if you buy the game on steam and play on PC.
Gears 5 Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows 7 SP1 64-bit, Windows...