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Epic has today confirmed what many Gears of War fans have been eagerly awaiting, a release date for the upcoming prequel to the series, Gears of War: Judgement. Players eager to try out the prequel will have to wait until March 19th next year sadly, but at least we have a solid date.

The game is being set before the original Gears of War, following the Kilo Squad, including returning favorites Cole and Baird in addition to new characters Garron and Sofia.
Set years before the events of the previous “Gears of War” trilogy, “Judgment” centers on Kilo Squad, a troop of soldiers led by Damon Baird and Augustus “The Cole Train” Cole. They are joined by newcomers to the “Gears” series, Sofia Hendricks and Garron Paduk, as they attempt to save the besieged city of Halvo Bay from a terrifying new enemy.
The game will also be featuring a new OverRun multiplayer mode, which is apparently a blend of the already established Horde and Beast mode. You can check out the new mode in action below or head over to our game page for more.




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