The new Gearsmas skins get Gears of War 4 ready for Christmas
The 2016 Gearsmas package edition is finally out and with it, Gears of War 4 fans can now get their hands on the game’s newest Holiday Presents. More specifically, the Gearsmas Pack offers 28 pieces of unique content to collect and each pack features one Bounty and two items from the Gearsmas collection.
Gearsmas brings six impressive weapon skins:
- 4x Gingerbread Weapon Skins
- 4x Festive Tree Weapon Skins
- 4x Snowman Weapon Skins
- 4x JD Wrapping Paper Weapon Skins
- 4x Kait Wrapping Paper Weapon Skins
- 4x Swarm Wrapping Paper Weapon Skins
If you’re curious to see what the new GoW4 skins look like, check out the images below:
The newly implemented Daily Rewards system will offer gamers a series of presents from December 24 to December 26. Simply launch Gears of War 4 and the Ice Boomshot can be yours.
This year’s Gears of War 4 Gearsmas edition also features festive characters: Kait, JD and Swarm Drone will all receive their Christmas-themed equipment. However, festive characters are rather rare, as gamers confirm.
Really hate getting duplicates. I opened probably 15-20 packs and got doubles of so many weapon skins but not one character. SMH. guess ill have to grind like a stripper to get the credits and keep buying the packs til I get at least one character!
Gearsmas also brings a brand-new Snowball Fight feature to the table. The icy Boomshot fires snowballs, freezes your enemies and blows them up. However, as you start the game, you’ll only have two snowballs at your disposal. Just as in real life, you’ll need to pick up more snowballs if you don’t want to run out of ammo.
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