'Gears of War 4' Latest News & Updates: Title Reveals New Composer and Multiplayer Map; Fans May Feel a Little Nostalgic

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Aug 28, 2016 11:23 PM EDT
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"Gears of War 4" has come a long way since its announcement. After multiple speculations, previews and announcements, The Coalition seemingly does not hold back on what else the game is to offer, including a killer musical scoring done by a familiar name.

The Coalition's up and coming "Gears of War 4" not only promised the continuity of a franchise in terms of story, but also some feats that will make it stand out from the rest. This includes the involvement of decorated musical composer Ramin Djawadi.

According to VG24/7, Djawadi is known for his amazing score for games such as "Medal of Honor" back in 2010. He also has under his belt "System Shock 2" to name, but most notably, the hit television series "Game of Thrones," now giving life to "Gears of War 4."

Djawadi has also ventured the film industry with works for movies such as "Iron Man," "Warcraft" and "Pacific Rim." For "Gears of War 4," Djawadi and his entire team opted to go for diverse approaches for both the COG and the Swarm, which enables players to encounter a different vibe every time.

As per IGN, other game play updates have not been left untouched, as new multiplayer maps were announced for "Gears of War 4." "Reclaimed" is the newest map bestowed upon the title, which in definition is symmetrical, possessing a weapon that grants view of the entire map.

It was said that the "Gears of War 4" map "Reclaimed" can be compared to the "Escalation" map coming from the original "Gears of War" game. Fans of the franchise are presumed to potentially see the resemblance between both, Twinfinite reports.

"Gears of War 4" is expected to take flight for the PC and Xbox One by October 11th. Stick around for more gaming updates and news.

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