Gears 5 Will Release on September 10, 2019; New Trailer Debuts at E3 2019

The next chapter in the Gears universe is unveiled with a new trailer for Gears 5 at E3 2019, with a fall release date officially confirmed.

By Ryan Meitzler

June 9, 2019

With Gears of War 4 in 2016, Microsoft and The Coalition kickstarted a new chapter of the beloved series, and now the next installment of the series, Gears 5, will be coming to Xbox One and PC players this fall.

During Microsoft’s E3 2019 briefing, a new trailer was released for the upcoming Gears 5 giving us a unique cinematic of Kait Diaz and several other characters from the Gears universe, though this time around it seems that Kait will be a major focus of the title.

In addition to the new trailer, it was also confirmed at Microsoft’s press conference that Gears 5 will officially be releasing on September 10, 2019. The Coalition’s Rod Fergusson also confirmed that the game will be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers four days prior to its release in September.

Other than the trailer and release date, it was also detailed that a multiplayer tech test in Versus Mode will arrive in July for players to test out Gears 5’s multiplayer, followed by a demo of the game’s Horde Mode during Gamescom in August. A new trailer was also shown during the conference for a mode called “Escape,” along with the reveal that a character pack based on the upcoming film Terminator: Dark Fate will be available to players that buy or pre-order Gears 5, or play the title through Xbox Game Pass.

Gears 5 will officially release for Xbox One and PC on September 10, 2019. For a closer look, you can check out the brand new trailer from E3 2019 below for the new reveals for Gears 5:

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Ryan Meitzler

Ryan is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers and has been a lover of games as long as he can remember. He holds a BA in English and Cinema and lives in New York City.

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