Gears of War 4 Multiplayer Reveal Could be Around the Corner

We know that tons of fans are waiting eagerly to get their hands on the Gears of War 4 multiplayer reveal but so far The Coalition as well as Microsoft have not let out official plans for that.

From the looks of it, an official reveal might be coming in a couple of days. The officials did not say it specifically, but when talking about Gears of War Pro League Season 1 Finals livestream on Twitch, Microsoft has hinted that the developers might just have something hidden up their sleeves at the stream.

An excerpt from what they are saying reveals that during the stream, Ryan Cleven, the Lead Multiplayer Designer for the franchise, is going to hold a must-not-miss panel alongside Rod Fergusson himself:

Aside from watching all of the Gears carnage, there will also be a special panel during the broadcast stream with the Studio Head of Gears of War developer The Coalition, Rod Fergusson, and Lead Multiplayer Designer, Ryan Cleven. Whether you are a longtime Gears fan or new to the franchise, this is an event you are not going to want to miss.

The livestream is on Sunday at 11:00 AM PST (2:00 PM EST) on the official Gears of War channel.

The hype train is already blowing those horns, and if it is something this important it must be something related to the Gears of War 4 multiplayer.

Beta version of the multiplayer is slated for spring, and unless they are looking to delay it (hope not), now should be the right time to give us an official reveal.

Also, a recent reveal has confirmed that Gears of War 4 is being featured on the cover of OXM January edition (see below). This goes on sale on January 15, 2016 and putting the game up on the cover surely means it will have new reveals inside. What could be more suitable than everything we have been dying to know about the Gears of War 4 multiplayer!

Gears of war 4 multiplayer

Fingers crossed for the game that is going to bring back that fear and mystery that the series is known for.

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