Gears of War: Judgment ‘Lost Relics’ DLC outed, new maps & modes inbound

Friday, 17th May 2013 08:22 GMT By Dave Cook

Gears of War: Judgment’s next DLC pack ‘Lost Relics’ has been outed by co-developer Epic Games, and will bring new a new multiplayer mode and maps to the mix.

The details were released on the studio’s official forum, and confirmed four new maps, including returning Gears of War 3 map ‘Checkout’. New maps are called ‘Lost City’, ‘Ward’ and ‘Museum’. The latter is for OverRun mode only. We’ve got images of them all below.

The pack will also add Breakthrough to multiplayer and Epic described it as, “a single-objective gametype that features two teams with very distinct roles: one team has possession of a flag that they must deliver to a set location; the opposing team has a purely defensive role and unlimited resources.

“The attacking team must break through the enemy team’s defensive line and deliver the flag before their pool of lives run out.”

The pack is out sometime in June.

What do you think? Does this sound like a substantial DLC pack? Let us know below, and be sure to check out the map images that follow.

Thanks CVG.



  1. Docker Al

    I just checked and this game already has an unbelievable 35 separate playlists. Of course most of them are deserted most of the time and this new mode will push it to over 40. The player base simply can’t support a new game mode.(Could any game fill 40+ separate lobbies?) The new maps are nice but this game is already at breaking point.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. makaveli101

    40 playlists ? LOL this game barely has 40 people playing in my region! theres about 300 people playing worldwide.. this game is a joke they seem do not care about the multiplayer game modes and focus on game modes on story mode fans.. like overrun with story mode style objectives. its an awful.

    they need to start listening to the true multiplayer fans since gow1.. after all the gow1 multiplayer is still known as the best in the epic fail franchise

    #2 2 years ago

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