Gears of war 4 ending
Coalitions End (Gears of War, #4) by Karen TravissUnderstand what a world had to do to survive.
When the Locust Horde burst from the ground fifteen years ago to slaughter the human population of Sera, mankind began a desperate war against extinction. Now after a decade and a half of bloody fighting, and with billions dead, the survivors—the Gears of the Coalition of Ordered Governments, along with a small band of civilians—have been forced to destroy their own cities and sacrifice their entire civilization to halt the Locust advance.
The last-ditch measures have succeeded, but at an enormous cost: the survivors have been reduced to a handful of refugees.
Escaping to a haven on the remote island of Vectes, they begin the heartbreaking task of rebuilding their devastated world. For a while, there’s hope . . . making peace with old enemies, and once again planning for the future.
But the short respite is shattered when Vectes comes under siege from an even deadlier force than the Locust—the Lambent, a hideous and constantly mutating life-form that destroys everything in its path. As the Lambent’s relentless assault spreads from the mainland to the island, the refugees finally understand what drove the Locust from their underground warrens and sparked the global war.
While Marcus Fenix and the Gears struggle to hold back the invasion, the Coalition faces a stark choice—fight this new enemy to the last human, or flee to the wastelands to take their chances and live like the human pariahs known as the Stranded . . . even as Coalition chairman Richard Prescott still guards one last, terrible secret about the Locust, the Lambent, and the future of mankind. . . .
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Gears of War 4 has finally arrived and with it comes one of the more interesting endings in the franchise's history. With that in mind, we've put together a post that provides a little more insight into the fleeting moments of the campaign. Still here? Alright, let's get into it. Near the endgame, the COG only just learns about the existence of this new enemy, which sets up an inevitable war that leaves Marcus, JD, and the others caught right in the middle. There's no telling who will survive the ensuing chaos, but the safe bet is that there's a lot more of it to come. Even then, there are brief teases of what could be on the way.
GEARS OF WAR 4 ENDING / FINAL BOSS - Walkthrough Gameplay Part 14 (GOW 4)
The Gears of War saga has always been a mixture of intense combat, serious war story, ridiculous over-the-top scenes, and comedy in a world gone mad. The levity is still there in the latest game from The Coalition, but it also has a more serious tone that goes with the devastation of the world of Sera, a beautiful home for humanity which at this point feels like it has been wrecked more times than Godzilla has destroyed Tokyo. Yet here we are again, with humanity as the underdogs as the resurgent Swarm comes back to try to finish everyone off. And to this backdrop, the storytellers now add the specter of a more personal loss. Gears 5 or Gears of War 5 picks up where Gears of War 4 left off.
If you've finished Gears of War 4 , you may have some questions. Here we've taken all the evidence we found throughout the game to explain some of the final mysteries. This, of course, is the biggest mystery of the game. If you're familiar with the Gears factions, you may have recognized the symbol on the necklace. At the end of the game, when you reach Kait's mother, you find out that she is not in a pod, but is instead being infested. The Swarm seems to be going out of their way to not kill her, but change her into one of them. Also, Kait is given a necklace that we have seen a few times before.