People Can Fly tied with next Gears of War, confirms Epic boss

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 1 June 2012 13:26 GMT

Epic boss Mike Capps has confirmed People Can Fly is involved with the next Gears of War announced yesterday evening.

When asked by Kotaku EIC Stephen Totilo of the Bulletstorm studio’s involvement, Capps said in a tweet, in probably the most Daniel Bryan fashion ever, this: “YES YES YES!”

No more details were given on the announcement last night besides that it’ll Game Informer’s next cover and will form part of Microsoft’s press conference on Monday.

But People Can Fly has previously been tied to speculation it’s building a prequel trilogy in the series.

The last chapter in the original Gears saga, featuring Marcus Fenix and Delta Squad, launched last September.

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