Gears Tactics Has Gone Gold for Xbox Series X and Xbox One, Will Soon Boast a Higher Gamerscore
Gears Tactics has officially gone gold, meaning that it will hit its launch date that coincides with the release of the Xbox Series X.
In lieu of Halo Infinite being a launch title for the Xbox Series X, Gears Tactics has now strangely become one of the bigger first-party titles from Microsoft that is planned to hit the next-gen platform on its day of release. Fortunately, for those who may have been worried that the game would somehow get delayed prior to release, The Coalition has today confirmed that this won’t be the case.
Over on Xbox Wire, it was confirmed today that Gears Tactics has now officially gone gold for consoles. This means that the strategy title will indeed hit its November 10 release date across both Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One.
While there aren’t many stark differences between Gears Tactics on Xbox consoles compared to the iteration that hit PC earlier this year, The Coalition has laid out some key factors that will soon be heading to the game. On the same day of release, a handful of new achievements will be added to the game that will raise the title’s overall Gamerscore offering to 1400. While Xbox users will get this update out of the gate, those who previously played on PC will also see it heading their way, too.
And for those that play Gears Tactics prior to December 4, you’ll also receive a special Thrashball Cole character pack. This will include an iteration of the famous solider, Augustus Cole, who is donning his Thrashball armor. He also comes with some unique abilities to utilize in-game, too.
As a whole, if you have been holding out for Gears Tactics until it came to Xbox, you now have the luxury of being able to play it on day one with the new Xbox Series X. You can purchase the title separately once it releases or you can gain access to it via Xbox Game Pass as well.