The dreamy Cliff Bleszinski was at the Xbox 360 Spring Showcase to show off Gears of War 2. We got to see the second level of the game, which is what was released a week ago in the latest trailer.
This time around, the Locust can now sink entire cities underground. The last outpost for humanity can’t be sunken directly, as the rocks they live on cannot be penetrated by the Locust Horde. So instead, the Locust have been sinking cities all around the last main outpost and eventually, they’re going to be able to sink the last city by digging a giant hole around it.
The Locusts are still a threat and are using grappling hooks to climb up onto your Transport. Here we see some of the new weapons shown off, as well as the Chainsaw duels. Fenix also grabs a weakened Locust soldier and uses him as a shield while taking out some of the other Locusts. Fenix then snaps the Locust's neck and dumps him off the side of the transport. It’s at this point where the Locust hijack a transport and start playing chicken with you. After knocking them off into a cliff, it’s another Brumak battle. He’s easily taken out and the Transport knocks the Brumak out of the way. During this battle, a giant spider-like enemy appears. It doesn’t directly attack you during the battle, but it looks a hell of a lot more fierce than a Brumak.
"... You'll be able to chainsaw enemies between their legs up through their taint all the way up to their throat ..." Yeah, I'm already sold.
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