Gears of War 2 Achievements revealed

Microsoft unveils 45 Achievements for Gears of War sequel

Microsoft and Epic Games have announced the near-complete list of achievements that gamers will be able to unlock in Gears of War 2. The Xbox 360 shooter, which will be released in Australia on November 7, continues the story of COG Delta Squad operative Marcus Fenix as he battles against the evil Locust on the war-torn planet Sera.

The list of Achievements gives some interesting insights into the game's storyline, with mention of tanks, castle sieges, escort missions and heartbreak. The list also reveals the kind of fun that will be on offer in multiplayer mode.

List of Achievements

Green as Grass Train the rook (any difficulty)

It's a Trap! Story progression in Act 1, Chapter 2

Escort Service Story progression in Act 1, Chapter 4

Girl About Town Story progression in Act 1, Chapter 6

That Sinking Feeling Story progression in Act 2, Chapter 4

Freebaird! Story progression in Act 2, Chapter 5

Heartbroken Story progression in Act 2, Chapter 6

Longitude and Attitude Story progression in Act 3, Chapter 3

Tanks for the Memories Story progression in Act 3, Chapter 4

Water Sports Story progression in Act 3, Chapter 6

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