10 Minutes Of Gears 5 Escape Multiplayer Gameplay As Keegan | E3 2019



Gear of War 5 introduces a new multiplayer mode: Escape. Here’s a run as Keegan, a character with a special support ability to drop ammo for your team from …

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  1. Looks like it was played on a low difficulty. Saw a vid played at a higher level of toughness and it looked insane.

    Also, this Escape is designed to be speedrun; thus, why there's damage numbers, so that you can tweak your builds to make the best time possible. You can design hives yourself, to have other gamers try and beat as well.

  2. That was incredibly boring. Needs more enemies and that gas to come quicker. That damage hud is very distracting compared to the original. The gun sounds are very quiet. Needs more bang and power to the noises the bullets make. The health bars and numbers aren't too much of an issue as long as they stay away from versus tbh

  3. Okay, I am gonna say it: I don't hate it. I like this "run for your life" mode where you have to fight enemies with two other players.
    I don't also hate the fact that characters have abilities: it can spice up the gameplay, which can happen after more than six games (abilities were also available in Judgment).
    Although, I hope it can be more difficult and I also hope there will be more maps and characters for this map.

  4. Man what is wrong with that ugly ass HUD… Health bars, damage numbers, mini fucking map ¿REALLY?, don't tell me we're going to have the same shit in the actual multiplayer, i know we won't people at TC can't be that stupid… Well i hope so.

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