Gears of War 5 is locked, loaded and ready for prime time; The Coalition and Xbox announced today that the game has gone gold and ready to be printed on discs.
“From all of us at The Coalition, we couldn’t be more excited to share Gears 5 with the world. I want thank the team here who has worked so hard for our fans, and we all hope you are all as excited as we are to play Gears 5,” said Rod Fergusson, Studio Head at The Coalition.
Head of Xbox Game Studios Matt Booty added:
“I’m very proud of what the team at The Coalition has achieved. Not only is it the biggest Gears ever, it’s also the most technically refined, with 4K HDR gameplay at 60 frames per second on Xbox One X, cross-play across all modes on Xbox and Windows 10 and Steam, and updated accessibility features such as Adaptive Controller support.
Together with day-and-date availability on Xbox Game Pass, we look forward to welcoming more players into the Gears universe than ever.”
To further celebrate the announcement, The Coalition has unveiled Gears 5’s list of 71 achievements for the first time. In the interest of avoiding spoilers we’ll just link you to the main article here.
Elsewhere in Gears of War 5 news, earlier today The Coalition announced that we’ll be seeing an extended look at the game during the Opening Night Live pre-Gamescom ceremony, which starts at 2 pm Aug. 19.
While yesterday we were treated to a new trailers that showcased the game’s Escape Mode, Map Builder, and the Gears Limited Edition Xbox One X Unboxing.
Gears 5 will launch Sept. 10 for Xbox One, Windows 10 PC and Xbox Game Pass. Early access starts on Sept. 6 for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members and Gears 5 Ultimate Edition purchasers.