Thanks to the Inside Xbox presentation during this month, we have found out more about the soon-to-come Gears Tactics game. This video game is a really cool turn-based strategy game. The game is made after the franchise of Gears of War, and the action is fascinating.
The Gears Tactics video game can be played on the PC. The game was made specifically for the PC platform. The supposed goal of the Gears Tactics game was to focus on the rapid-paced strategy. We have news for the PC players, so read below!
“Further to this PC commitment, last month, we announced our partnership with Intel and discussed how The Coalition worked throughout the development of Gears Tactics to optimize the game for Intel’s Xe-LP architecture. Today, we’re happy to announce that a new bundle with our partners at Intel that includes an offer for a free copy of Gears Tactics with a qualifying purchase of an Intel Core i5 processor-based device or higher,” says on the official website of the game.
Gears Tactics Details
Every player has units. During the game, you will be able to take one of the three actions available for each one of your units. The three actions are: move, shoot, or apply skills. The leading character of the game is Gabe Diaz. Diaz is the father of Kait Diaz, and if you don’t know who Kait is, she is the protagonist of Gears 5.
The gameplay is about Gabe Diaz, who fights against the Ukkon. Ukkon is an evil Locust that needs to be defeated in order to win the game. Now, if you don’t know why Ukkon needs to be defeated is because he created the Locust army in Gears of War.
Similar to the gruesome deaths in Gears of War, the upcoming Gears Tactics developers are going to include them in their video game but in a more strategic way. Taking down the enemies means bonus actions for your team. This bonus will allow your squad to have a better defense or attack, which means better chances at winning.
Patricia Smead is The Trending Times’s senior contributor covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Patricia graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.