Gears of War 4’s Marcus Fenix Pack is out this weekend
The Coalition revealed a weekend surprise for Gears of War 4 fans: a Marcus Fenix Pack up for grabs until Monday. It contains two interesting variants of Marcus Fenix to collect as well as a Fenix branded weapon skin set.
The good news doesn’t end there: the pack also offers players the chance to find V-Day Bernie early!
To increase your chances of finding her, you should open as many packs as possible. However, don’t be sad if you can find V-Day Bernie this weekend — scrap will offer you a new chance to get her as a craft-only character later this month.
The Marcus Fenix Gear Pack
V-Day Marcus will bring back nice memories about the epic battle against the Lambent, while the new leather outfit gives Old Marcus an appealing biker look.
Damn when you put old man Marcus side to side with young Marcus it makes Old man Marcus look so bad ass in comparison. Loving this pack, would be amazing if they did this with a Dom pack. Having Gears 3 Dom with Farmer Dom would be great in my opinion.
Here is the exact pack content:
- Biker Marcus
- V-Day Marcus
Weapon Skin Sets
- Biker Marcus
Bonus: Chance To Find Craftable Character Early
- V-Day Bernie
Players have the chance to find this Gear Pack in-game on Friday 7th April for 400 Credits/$0.99 USD until Monday.
Many Gears of War 4 fans suggest that The Coalition should also recreate classic Marcus as well and bring him back to the game. What do you think about this suggestion? Let us know in the comment section below!
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