The Coalition, the developers of Gears of War 4, have come out with a Gears of War 4 support program that players of the game can use to speak to the studio in order to assist in the further development of the game.
The goal of the program is to take the best advice of our players, and move directly to the development of our game.
Gears of War 4 got its first teaser trailer at the beginning of this week, and with the game coming out in October, The Coalition seems to be making sure that players find the game as user-friendly as possible. A multiplayer beta has also been announced, allowing players to try out the game for themselves a little ways further into April.
The Gears of War 4 support program will only be open to gamers 18 and older (as fitting the game’s Mature rating), and those that sign up for it will periodically receive emails from The Coalition, asking them questions in order for the studio to get their thoughts on the game. The Coalition does, however, ask that you be detailed and straightforward in your answers to the surveys.
“Every question survey is completely optional. If you will not answer anything concrete, nothing will happen.”
The email surveys will be simple and straightforward, however with more complicated needs the program might also involve Skype conversations between gamers and developers, or through game testing.
Gears of War 4 will be bringing a lot of new stuff to the table when it releases: a new enemy, the Swarm, new weapons, new environments, new hazards, and new characters such as JD Fenix, the son of Marcus Fenix who starred in the first three games in the series.
Players that want to be a part of the Gears of War 4 support program can sign up at this link. Remember, in order to take part you have to be over 18.