The Coalition have been good to its loyal fanbase with Gears of War 4, bringing heaps of new content to the game since launch and providing two new maps each month to expand the experience along the way. This month is no different.

After Season Pass holders got to experience the latest arrivals via the in-game Developer Playlist over the past two weeks, both new additions have now arrived on the Xbox Games Store for everybody to enjoy.

The first of the new maps comes in the form of Hotel. The spacious and embattled Pinion Hotel is the one players will now be able to enjoy across all multiplayer modes, and being the same location that has served as a COG forward operating base more than once, you can expect to see the same dangerous and isolated interiors return for Gears of War 4. With great opportunity for close combat indoors, as well as the chance for some spectacular ranged combat out on the streets, Hotel looks to be a great arrival for Gears of War 4, especially with the new found wind-flare kicking up a fuss close by.

The other map now available for Gears of War 4 players everywhere is Slab. Once home to the COG’s most vile and gruesome criminals, the Slab is now the derelict battle zone from which you will go toe to toe with the enemy. With territory control the key to victory, only the best will dominate in this brutal prison block. With plenty of tight corridors and long view points, you’ll need your wits about you if you hope to come out alive.

Those interested in the latest offerings to come to Gears of War 4 can head over to the Xbox Games Store now with each map available individually for the price of £4.19. As usual, holders of the Gears of War 4 Season Pass will find both maps included and can install them now.

Those not yet involved in the Gears of War 4 experience should check out our full review before heading out into the latest adventures of JD and the rest of the latest COG saviours.

So, that’s it for this month’s new maps, will you be heading into the latest Gears maps? Let us know in the comments below or via our usual social channels.

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