New Gears of War: Judgment Video Highlights Multiplayer Modes, Weapons

News of Gears of War: Judgment being leaked onto the Internet has sparked Microsoft to take the initiative to reveal more information regarding the game. We’re sure hackers will soon upload portions of Gears of War: Judgment online, but you can be sure Microsoft-approved videos will be free of any spoilers so you can enjoy the game when it’s released next month.

Multiplayer is a huge part of the Gears of War experience, which is why Microsoft finally dedicated a video entirely to what we can expect from Gears of War: Judgment’s multiplayer modes. “The Guts of Gears – Multiplayer” video highlights the OverRun, Team Deathmatch, Free-For-All and Domination multiplayer modes.

In addition to explaining some of the modes we’ll be playing in Gears of War: Judgment, some of the game’s new weapons, such as the Markza, Breechshot, Booshka and three new grenade types, are also highlighted in this video.

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