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Could the Gears of War movie finally see the light of day? Scott Stuber is now supposedly attached to the project.
Gears of War: Judgment’s second piece of downloadable content will introduce the Master of Arms mode and three brand new maps.
Although he’s not quite out the door yet, it is happening, and he’s not decided where he’s going next.
The first DLC has come to Judgment, and includes the popular Execution Mode, along with a new multiplayer map called Haven.
Epic Games co-founder Mark Rein makes a few slip-ups in terms of clarifying if UE4 will work with current generation hardware
The fundamentals may all be more or less the same as they have ever been, but so many of the new and different design choices and gameplay mechanics that have been implemented have really allowed developers People Can Fly to put their own mark on Gears of War: Judgement.
Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager Development has become the first European indie to license Unreal Engine 4.
A brand new trailer for Gears of War: Judgement has just been revealed, as well as a new exclusive playable character class.
With just two weeks until its release, Microsoft have released the launch trailer for Gears of War: Judgment.
Every game needs a crossbow nowadays and Gears of War: Judgment is no different as Epic reveal a new weapon – the Tripwire Crossbow.
“Gears of War was always about destroyed beauty, now you’ll see the destruction taking place.”
Two new modes in to the upcoming Gears of War: Judgment – Aftermath and Survival – were detailed in this past weekend’s world premiere.
Gears of War: Judgment introduces instant grenade throwing, a mid-range sniper and the ability to drop from ledges. Don’t go crazy now.
Epic Games have announced the closure of their newest development studio.
This time around Mick takes a look at People Can Fly’s creative yet crude first person shooter, Bulletstorm.
Epic Games has released a new trailer and some pre-order incentives info about Gears of War Judgment. Also, get Gears 1 with it!
After ten years working with the company, Epic president Mike Capps announced today via a blog post that he would be stepping down as resident to take on a less hectic advisory role within the firm, whilst staying on the board of directors.
Epic Games sue Silicon Knights and win $9 million compensation