“Gears of War: Judgement” Introduces Call to Arms Map Pack

“Gears of War: Judgement” Introduces Call to Arms Map Pack

April 20, 2013 0 By Steph Mernagh

On Friday, April 19th, Microsoft and Epic Studios announced the second expansion in the Gears of War: Judgement multiplayer experience.

The Call to Arms map is coming to VIP Season Pass holders on Tuesday April 23rd via Xbox LIVE and will be released worldwide on Tuesday, April 30th. The expansion has been developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly and brings players three new multiplayer maps, six armor and gun skins to customize your characters and weapons with, and a brand new mode called “Master at Arms”. The pack also allows players to collect 10 new achievements worth a total Gamerscore of 250. The pack can be purchased on Xbox LIVE for 1,000 Microsoft points; VIP Season Pass holders will receive 25% savings versus purchasing them individually. Full descriptions of the mode and maps are below:

New Mode: “Master At Arms”< This new free-for-all game mode exclusive to Gears of War: Judgment will test the true range of your soldiering skills. The goal is to get a kill with each of the 20 different available weapons, without resorting to melee or grenade tactics. Every successful kill will automatically advance you to the next available weapon until you have used them all and proven your skill as a true Master at Arms.

New Maps

Terminal: The speed and ferocity of the Locust invasion took Halvo Bay completely by surprise. Residents scrambled to evacuate by every means possible, and COG forces were called in to maintain order as martial law was enforced. However, the Locust showed no mercy, and gave no quarter; they swept through train terminals like this one to take advantage of the close quarters and sheer number of defenceless humans trapped within its walls. Sometimes, COG forces could hold the line long enough for a final evacuation, but too many lost their lives in defence of the people and the land they loved.

Blood Drive: As casualties started to mount, the staff at Halvo Memorial quickly began what would become the largest triage effort in the history of Sera. Their “Give Blood Today” campaign inspired a global blood drive in support of COG forces and wounded civilians. Sadly, Halvo fell quickly, and the hospital became a battlefront instead of a sanctuary. The seed of hope was planted, however, and government-run Memorial hospitals across the country mobilised to keep the effort alive until Jacinto Memorial was the last standing bastion of hope for the people of Sera.

Boneyard: The concept of traditional memorial services had to be suspended due to the constant stream and alarming volume of casualties as Sera fell victim to the Locust Horde. Memorial grounds quickly became boneyards. Unmarked holes became grave sites and mausoleums were filled with the nameless remains of the fallen, their skeletons piled into heaps. Tread lightly, you never know what, or who, you’re walking on, and one day you’re bound to join them.