Gears of War 4 Achievement List and Gear Pack Details Revealed


Gear packs will feature customized items and can be purchased with in-game currency or real world currency.

The release of Gears of War 4 is just under a month away. It is so close that The Coalition decided it is time for them to release the full achievement list for the game. They also revealed a lot of new information on the upcoming gear packs feature.

The achievement list is broken down into four distinct categories. No need to fear, The Coalition took the liberty of blocking any spoilers out of the list.


Zen and the Art of Reloading – Perform 25 perfect active reloads [5G]

Drop the Beat…down – Get 3 Dropshot headshots [5G]

Now That’s a Knife! – Kill 10 enemies with combat knife after yanking or kicking [5G]

Triple Play – Kill 3 enemies with a single Buzzkill shot [5G]

Whoomp, There It Is! – Knife execute an enemy that was yanked over cover by another player [5G]

I Live. I Die. I Live Again! – Rescue someone from inside a Snatcher [5G]

Pounsus Interruptus – Kill a Pouncer mid-pounce with Shotgun or Chainsaw [5G]

Stop Hitting Yourself – Kill a Guardian with a Guardian weapon [5G]



16 Story Progression Achievements [80G]

Ready for More – Complete all campaign Acts (any difficulty) [10G]

Learned the Hard Way – Complete all campaign Acts on Hardcore or Insane Difficulty [20G]

The Night is Dark and Full of Terrors – Complete all campaign Acts on Insane Difficulty [30G]

Come And Knock on My Door – Complete one Act in Co-op Campaign (any difficulty) [5G]

Brothers Till The End – Complete all Campaign Acts in Co-op (any difficulty) [20G]

The Sound Of Silence – Complete the Campaign without dropping your inheritance [25G]

Collector – Recover 5 Campaign collectibles [5G]

Pack Rat – Recover 10 Campaign collectibles [10G]

Completist – Recover all Campaign collectibles [15G]

Remember the Fallen – Recover all COG Tags during the Campaign [15G]

But You Can’t Pick Your Family – Find 5 weapons in snot bubbles [5G]

Look out! Uh… Never Mind – Kill 25 enemies by dropping pods on them [5G]

–Spoiler Protected– Kills [5G]

Gone With The Windflare – Kill 15 enemies using the environment during a windflare [5G]



Big Ol Hero -Get the “Big Ol Hero” Ribbon ten times [5G]

Bounty Hunter – Complete 20 Bounties [10G]

Chest Candy – Earn one of each launch Ribbon [10G]

Custom Made – Win a match using a non-Starter Character and non-default Weapon Skin [5G]

Ranked and Filed – Achieve a rank in all launch Core and Competitive game modes [5G]

Rollin’ With the Homies – Earn the maximum Consecutive Match Bonus in Versus [5G]

Say Hello to My Little Friend – Get the final winning kill in Arms Race [5G]

How’s it Going to Work? Teamwork! – Win a Casual Co-op Versus match [5G]

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work! – Win a Normal Co-op Versus match [5G]

Talent Gets Kills, Teamwork Wins Games! – Win a Hardcore Co-op Versus match [5G]

To Go Fast, Go Alone. To Go Far, Go Together – Win an Insane Co-op Versus match [5G]



At First I Was Afraid, I Was Petrified – Survive the first 10 consecutive waves of Horde in a squad (any difficulty, any map) [10G]

Bilford Bogin! – Complete 50 consecutive waves of Horde in a squad (any difficulty, any map) [25G]

I’ve Killed Things, Seen Places  – Complete 50 consecutive waves of Horde in a squad on every Launch Series map (any difficulty) [50G]

I Have Approximate Knowledge of Many Things – Complete 50 consecutive waves of Horde as Scout on Insane in a squad (any map) [20G]

Job’s Done – Complete 50 consecutive waves of Horde as Engineer on Insane in a squad (any map) [20G]

Oh What a Day! What a Lovely Day! – Complete 50 consecutive waves of Horde as Soldier on Insane in a squad [20G]

I Choose Violence – Complete 50 consecutive waves of Horde as Heavy on Insane in a squad (any map) [20G]

Give a Name. Any Name. – Complete 50 consecutive waves of Horde as Sniper on Insane in a squad (any map) [20G]

I Have a Very Particular Set of Skills – Upgrade a Skill card to maximum level [5G]

Skills That Make Me a Nightmare – Upgrade 5 Launch Series Skill cards to maximum level [10G]

Classy Move – Reach level 10 in one Horde Class [5G]

Stay Classy – Reach level 10 in every Launch Horde Class [10G]

Gold Digger – Spend 100000 Power in the Fabricator (across all sessions) [10G]

Sugar Daddy – Deposit 1,000,000 power in the Fabricator lifetime [10G]

Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. – Upgrade Fabricator to maximum level (in one session) [5G]

Call a Dr. If Lasting More than 4 Teammates – Resurrect 4 teammates using the Fabricator in a single session (any difficulty) [5G]



Level 10 – Reach level 10 [10G]

Level 50 – Reach level 50 [25G]

It’s a Start – Earn 1000 Credits lifetime [5G]

Moving on up! – Earn 10000 Credits lifetime [10G]

I’m Drumpf – Earn 100000 Credits lifetime [20G]

Craftsman – Craft a card [5G]

Master Craftsman – Craft a Legendary card [10G]

Thank You, Sir. May I Have Another? – Re-up once [10G]

Please Sir, Can I Have Some More? – Re-up ten times [100G]

Seriously 4.0 – Complete Insane Campaign, ribbons, rank placements, Horde maps, re-ups, classes and five skills [200G]


The whole list is pretty standard for another Gears of War title. Some achievements are even recycled from old games, like that for doing an active reload so many times. The more interesting aspect of The Coalition’s latest developer blog is the details they released on the game’s gear packs. Gear packs are bought by in-game credits that are earned by playing any of the online modes. Opening a gear pack can net the player a number of nice items, like new characters, weapon skins, or even skills.

Every player who purchases Gears of War 4 will be gifted one free pack, and Ultimate Edition buyers or season pass holders will get seventeen additional packs. That is a nice way to start a Gears of War 4 career. Any of the cards that are obtained through gear packs can be destroyed and made into scrap. Scrap is the currency used in this game’s crafting system, and can be crafted into any item.

The main way to purchase gear packs is with in-game currency, but they can also be bought with real world currency. There are a few different types of gear packs, and the more expensive packs will carry the better rewards.


Versus Booster Pack – 400 Credits or $0.99

There are no items in this gear pack. Instead, the player will receive five bounties to be equipped before the match. Bounties are like challenges that reward experience and more credits when completed.


Horde Booster Pack – 400 Credits or $0.99

This pack contains four Horde Skills and one Horde bounty. A Horde Bounty works the same as a Versus Bounty, once the bounty is completed the player will receive experience and credits. Horde Skills are specific skills that can be used in the Horde 3.0 mode.

Operations Pack – 1,000 Credits or $1.99

This gear pack holds four random cards and one guaranteed customization item. The cards can essentially be any item: skins, characters, bounties, or skills.


Elite Pack – 4,000 or $4.99

The Elite Pack holds five customization items, and one is guaranteed to be a rare or higher item. This is where the Horde Skills and the Bounties are no longer included in the packs. Only customization items are contained in this pack.

Gears of War 4 is releasing on October 11th, 2016 for the Xbox One and PC.


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