Gears of War 4 April Update features 2v2 mode, brings Big Rig Dizzy back
Gears of War 4 fans, get ready to install the April Update! This major GoW 4 updates brings a series of hot features that will make the game even more addictive.
The update lands today and will add 2v2 Mode Support for the game.
Our April Update focuses on introducing one major addition – introducing the necessary framework to support 2v2 game modes! We’re so excited to add this functionality as it unlocks us to run fan favorite special events like Brothers To The End, 2v2 Gnasher fights on Raven Down and more. We’re hope you are as excited as we are.
More Gears of War 4 Easter treats coming
The good news doesn’t end here, this is only the beginning. On March 29, GoW payers will get two more treats: the Easter ‘Bunny Hunt’ and ‘Juvie Madness’ events. Moreover, Big Rig Dizzy returns on the same day with two different pack formats.
The Coalition will offer you two different Gear Packs: one at 400 Credit and the second one at 2000 Credit. As a matter of fact, this is a test as TC is trying to see what kind of Packs players prefers: 3 Card Gear Packs at a lower Credit value or 5 Card Gear Packs at a higher Credit value.
Since Easter is coming, Bunny Hunt is also on the list. This is a Longshot Starts, EMBAR Pickups, no melee Guardian playlist where players wear giant bunny heads and try to wreak havoc around them.
Speaking of the GoW 4 April offering, it is also worth mentioning that Flaming Weapon Skin Challenges will be back in late April, so stay tuned.
There you go, don’t forget to install the latest Gears of War 4 updates today and enjoy this new incredible content.
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