Read it here. It's basically a guess at what to expect and, in total, it's seven paragraphs long.
"In Gears 2, expect a slight graphical boost," said the piece. "We also think four-player co-op is a must this time around. Seeing as how a number of other games are doing the team co-op thing, Gears 2 shouldn't slack in that department. Overall, the multiplayer will probably see the most changes in the sequel. Though definitely fun, Gears of War's online multiplayer component was no-frills. Expect a better matchmaking system, more game modes and better ranking."
Epic boss Mark Rein called the idea of GamePro's issue containing the announcement of the game "complete nonsense" yesterday. Just goes to show: listen to Mark.