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Game Informer Confirms Gears of War: Judgment

People Can Fly will handle development and will feature series favorites Baird and Cole.

Game Informer teased a new Gears of War announcement yesterday and has now fully revealed the game. Gears of War: Judgment will be the next game in the franchise, and will seemingly feature both Baird and Cole in a more prominent role. Furthermore, Epic Games president Mike Capps confirmed on Twitter that People Can Fly is developing the game.

The shadowed image that was fully uncovered today depicts Cole in one cover and Baird in the other handcuffed, along with two COG soldiers as well as the Locust horde. Based on how young each of the characters looks, it's possible the title will be a prequel to the standing trilogy.

For now it will remain a mystery, however, more information will be revealed at Microsoft's E3 press conference on Monday.


 

Comments

Julian Titus Senior Editor

06/02/2012 at 11:26 AM

Baird > Marcus.

I still  need to finish Gears 3, so I don't think I'm ready for more of this franchise. But more Baird is a great selling point for me.

Jon Lewis Staff Writer

06/03/2012 at 12:44 AM

I love Gears and all, but imo its way too soon. Seems to me like Microsoft knows that they have nothing else to offer, so they had 343 do Halo and People Can Fly make Gears. Oh well... Baird and Cole are cool, hopefully this game has a good reason to exist.

Michael117

06/04/2012 at 11:32 AM

Are those derogatory statements towards Halo I sense JD? Are you prepared to engage in Mortal Kombat for that trespass? Lol, just kidding, I'll call the strike team off, and there's certainly no need for me to bring the magnetic accelerator orbital defense array into this...is there?

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