Meanwhile, Xbox One S is receiving a beaten-up look for Gears of War 4. A new special edition of the tiny console was announced by Microsoft, and it was revealed the first time in E3, last month. It has a metallic red color scheme along with laser-etched scratches. The Xbox One S receives a brutal Gears of War feel with what looks like splashes of blood.
The console has a two terabyte hard drive along with a properly customized controller. It will come with a Gears of War 4 download code, which will launch on 11th October. The game will include access to multiplayer maps, as downloadable content.
With the code, you will get access to the PC Windows 10 version of the game. Compared to the base Xbox One S, it will be a little more expensive. It costs 299 dollars, and the Xbox One bundle can be purchased at $449. It will be available for a limited time till the supplies last. You can avail the controllers separately on 13th September for 74.99 dollars.
It won’t look as dashing as the custom Elite controller for Gears of War 4, but the new console can be pre-ordered right now.
In other news, Gears of War 4 will include microtransactions for multiplayer. The developer recently posted a blog explaining how these features work. The online mode of Gears of War 4 offers cards which represent equipment, the manner of things, various abilities for the Horde mode along with player customization options.
Stay tuned for more updates on Gears of War 4!