Gears of War PC was announced by Microsoft at their E3 media briefing last night, rolling out CliffyB to present the news to the press. PC gamers get the welcome news that the game will include PC-specific content in the form of five new single-player missions (which will support co-op) as well as a level editor. Perhaps more welcome is the news that the game will run under Windows XP as well as Windows Vista, confirming that Windows Live will not be Vista only. Epic also announced support for Windows Live in Unreal 3, and that Sega, Eidos, and THQ have all signed on to support the nascent multiplayer service. The (already leaked) trailer showing off the PC edition of the game can be found on ActionTrip. This press release covers this and the rest of Microsoft's announcements kicking off the show. Here's a bit:
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