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Gears of War 3 DLC giveaway

27 Mar 12

The last promised piece of scheduled DLC content for Gears of War 3, Forces of Nature, comes out today, offering three new multiplayer maps as well as remade versions of Jacinto and Raven Down, plus a bunch of other cool add-ons. 




With the last two releases getting eight and nine out of ten from our Game Console reviewer, Forces of Nature is shaping up to be pretty good. Publishers Epic have said the decision to add more content will depend on fans’ responses to the five instalments currently on offer.  




We’ll have a full review in a couple of weeks, but in the meantime we’ve got three codes for Forces of Nature to give away to three keen Gears of War fans. To enter, post a comment below telling us your favourite weapon in Gears of War 3. Share this story and give your friends a chance to win as well!




We’ll pick the winners over the weekend and let you know on Monday. NZ entries only.

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