Gears of War 4 March Update brings major Gnasher tuning in Competitive and Core
Gears of War 4 fans will be delighted to learn that the March Update will bring some major Gnasher changes in terms of weapon tuning, both in Competitive and Core. This is an excellent piece of news, as many players have been asking TC to nerf the Gnasher.
As far as the exact changes are concerned, the company hasn’t revealed too many details yet. However, we do know that this month’s Title Update will finally fix the point blank Gnasher issues, and will bring some much needed weapon tuning.
GoW 4 Gnasher update
Here’s what PezRadar said about the upcoming changes on Twitter:
Pretty big Gnasher change coming in the next TU to address point blank inconsistencies. Will have more info after testing is complete.
@PezRadar any plan for weapon tuning in core? The game would be perfect if the range on the gnasher was decreased.
PezRadar: will have an update on tuning shortly as it’ll be occurring on both competitive and core.
Actually, it’s not Gnasher’s range that needs to be cut, it’s the damage at range. Most likely, this is what the new changes are about.
The Coalition will soon publish a PR announcement on GoW 4’s official forum, offering more details about the upcoming changes. Also, judging by this Twitter exchange, TC has many other things to reveal apart from the Gnasher changes.
Of course, this month’s Title Update will feature two new maps, as well as more Legacy Characters, including the Locust. Actually, TC has confirmed that starting from March, a steady flow of Legacy Characters will arrive. This could mean that the company will bring new Legacy Characters to the table every month.
The Gears of War 4 March Update should arrive on March, 7.
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