According to Insider, Gears Of War might get a 'Master Chief Collection Treatment.'

According to Insider, Gears Of War might get a 'Master Chief Collection Treatment.' ...

Halo: The Master Chief Collection has not only included all of Chief''s adventures in one neatly linked package, but also ensured that series enthusiasts may continue playing their favourite games. According to SteamDB, MCC has between 3000 to 6000 daily peak concurrent players, and that is a secure range to keep the series fresh in the minds of gamers. Perhaps that''s why rumors started kicking up about another Microsoft first-party series getting the same treatment (thanks, VGC).

Nick Baker of XboxEra, who claims to have experience with the project, believes that the Gears of War series will be next in line to acquire a collection like Halo. A while back I said that there is another Microsoft franchise that is getting a Master Chief Collection-type approach, but I am concerned that that will happen this year, according to a recent episode.

Baker reiterated his point by saying: "If you go from November 2021 to November 2022 and look at Microsoft''s large game output, it might end up being Halo, Gears, and Forza. It wouldn''t make sense for Forza to have such a collection, thus it might be Gears of War.

Before the supposedly future Gears project, a Gears collection might be a great way to educate fans and engage new players. As forum discussions have concluded that the Gears of War series has actually stood the test of time.

The discussion began when a Resetera user shared their experiences with the series, which they were able to complete thanks to Xbox backward compatibility. So far, Ive enjoyed the games in terms of their gameplay, characters, and story. Even though you could''t go far with the linear first person shooter genre back then.

The majority of the responses the user received were positive, with people recalling how they felt while playing the games when they first started.