Gears Of War 4 Update Adds Content For Future Gear Packs, Quitters Will Be Shamed

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Gears Of War 4 Update Adds Content For Future Gear Packs, Quitters Will Be Shamed

Today new Gears Of War 4 Update has rolled out and is available for you to download. This is a May 2018 game update and is a small one.

Although what it brings is something that will help the game in coming days. This Gears Of War 4 Update primarily focuses on adding content for future gear packs.

Which means that this update is preparing up the game and clearing the path for the gear packs that will be added to the game in the future.

The details are quite limited and are available on the official “gearsofwar” website.

Quitters Will Be Shamed
We’ve added a small feature that displays Ranked quitters on the in-game scoreboard with the word QUIT as their score. This should help track and report players, who quit games early via the Guide.

In the near future, we will be trialing further quit penalties via Credit Reductions for a limited time to combat quitting. Stay tuned for further news in the coming weeks.

Blood Drive Speedruns
We consistently target the most aggressive speed run methods that involve manipulating spawns with minimal effort required. We want to preserve the integrity of Horde for players looking to find legitimate matches with groups.

While all remaining speed-run tactics are currently considered fair game by the team, the latest Blood Drive methods were deemed far too manipulative to be left alone. As such, we have taken further preventative methods for Blood Drive in this Update.

With all that said, these are the only notes or fixes which have been provided at the moment. In fact, according to the Gears of War forum, there will be no additional notes regarding this Gears Of War 4 Update.

Lately, there have been a lot of rumors and speculations regarding the possibility of Gears Of War 5. Whenever there is an announcement scheduled by the developers, fans like to think that it’s regarding Gears of War 5.

Which apparently seems to not be the case, only time will tell.