‘Gears Of War’ might be getting a “‘Master Chief Collection’-type treatment”

The Gears Of War The franchise may receive a remastered collection in the near future.

That’s according to Xbox era journalist Nick Baker, who said above Xbox era podcast on May 14 that a “Master Chief Collection-type Treatment” is in progress for Gears Of War series (via VGC).

“A while ago I said that there is another Microsoft franchise that is getting Master Chief Collection– kind of treatment, I believe it’s going to happen this year,” Baker said on the podcast, adding “everyone has guessed”.

Last year, The Coalition, the main studio behind Gears Of War franchise, which is said to have begun work on a series of original games, targeted for Xbox Series X | S using Unreal Engine 5.

However, VGC reports that the studio is in the early stages of development Gears Of War Title.

The collection could be revealed at next month’s Xbox and Bethesda showcase, which could also feature the first gameplay footage of the series. Starfieldalthough it was delayed last week.

The Last Game of the Confederacy, Gears 5was released on Xbox One and PC in 2019.

Original Gears Of War was released back in 2006 for the Xbox 360 and received critical acclaim. It was later revised to Gears Of War: Ultimate Edition for PC and Xbox One in 2015.

However, the following sections: Gears Of War 2 and Game Gears of War part 3has never received the same treatment and is only available on modern Xbox consoles through backward compatibility.

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