Black Tusk (now The Coalition) reveals it cancelled work on a new shooter IP when Microsoft purchased Epic Games and gave them development of Gears of War 4.
The official ‘Gears of War’ Twitter is teasing a reveal for Microsoft’s E3 2015 press conference, but is it a new game or the Xbox One re-release of ‘Gears 1’?
Microsoft revealed that the next entry in the ‘Gears of War’ franchise will be shown at E3 this year and that Black Tusk Studios has been rebranded with a new name.
Rumors indicate that the original ‘Gears of War’, a critically-acclaimed game that largely defined the Xbox 360, is being remastered for release on Xbox One.
Epic Games Cinematics Director Greg Mitchell follows Rod Fergusson and joins the Black Tusk Studios development team to work on ‘Gears of War 4’ for Xbox One.
Xbox 360 players are in for a disappointment, after Black Tusk studios confirms that the upcoming ‘Gears of War 4’ will only be playable on the Xbox One.
The head of Black Tusk Studios, Rod Fergusson, confirms that a ‘Gears of War Collection’ is not currently in the works, but hints that more news on the franchise will be at E3.
After the ‘Halo: Master Chief Collection’, rumors persist that ‘Gears of War’ might get a high-def upgrade. Now Xbox head Phil Spencer drops a new hint.
Phil Spencer confirms via Twitter that the next ‘Gears of War’ is ‘making massive progress’
Xbox head Phil Spencer elaborates on the direction Black Tusk Studios are taking with the next installment in the ‘Gears of War’ series.
Black Tusk Studios’ Rod Fergusson reveals that the studio’s upcoming ‘Gears of War’ game is still in the early stages of development, and talks about preserving Epic Games’ established canon.
Microsoft’s Ken Lobb has shared some sparse details about Black Tusk Studios’ upcoming ‘Gears of War’ title, which he describes as ‘innovative’ and ‘awesome.’
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has confirmed in a recent interview that ‘Gears of War’ would have ‘sit on the shelf for a decade or more’ if Microsoft hadn’t bought it.
Microsoft Studios head Phil Spencer believes the ‘Gears of War’ series requires a shot in the arm. Can Black Tusk Studios oblige?
With the ‘Gears of War’ property acquired by Microsoft, we list 6 things that we want to see in Black Tusk Studios’ take on the franchise.
One of the famed developers responsible for the creation and success of ‘Gears of War’, Cliff Bleszinski, has issued a statement on Microsoft’s purchase of the franchise.
Microsoft has officially purchased the ‘Gears of War’ franchise and it’s already assigned work on the series to Black Tusk Studios â€“ bringing back Rod Fergusson in the process.