Updating gears of war 2
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Gears of War 4 developer The Coalition has issued a new server-side update that makes it easier for players to earn Credits, the shooter's in-game currency.
According to a developer blog post, the update brings down the cost of an Elite Pack from 4000 to 3500 Credits and increases the amount of match completion bonus Credits rewarded from Versus Multiplayer.
Xbox One owners can get a more beautiful view of the game as HDR Split-Screen Visualization options are now available while HDR calibration has been optimized for the platform.
Some other tweaks being made across both platforms include cross-play support via LAN, bots being a bit more difficult in Social Versus backfilling, and removing the stacking of skills in Horde when players would revive one another.