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Michael Jordan, Brett Favre, and now, Cliff Bleszinski. The greats can't stay away for long. Yesterday, Cliffy B announced via Twitter that he was coming out of retirement to work on video games once more. While his upcoming project has yet to be revealed, he said to expect more info sometime over the next seven days. In addition, he teased that he cannot wait for fans to hear the story of what brought him back into the industry. Bleszinski is best known for his work on Gears of War and Unreal Tournament. What do you think Cliffy B's next game will be?
In an epic acquisition (pun intended), Microsoft Studios picked up the rights to the Gears of War series from Epic games. With this, Microsoft will be heading development for any present and future projects in the Gears of War franchise. It was also announced that the team manning production will be Black Tusk studios, formerly Microsoft Vancouver. While this shift of management has a lot of new changes, one member of the old guard will still be part of production. Rod Fergusson, former Director of Production at Epic Games on the Gears of War series will be playing a â€œkey studio leadership role â€ in Black Tusk. In addition to this, Black Tusk also announced they have a AAA title in the works for the Xbox One as of June 2013. Could it possibly be a new Gears of War title? One can only surmise. But in the meantime, we will just have to wait and see when this pickup will bear fruit.
Jason Clement posted a article in MicrosoftUpdate: The full release date has been announced as March 19, 2013. Original story: Epic director of production Rod Fergusson has confirmed to IGN that Gears of War: Judgment now officially has a release window: March 2013. No specific date was given just yet, but the full release date is expected to be announced at the Gears of War: Judgment panel at Comic Con later today. The game was originally announced at Microsoft's pre-E3 press conference and is a prequel to the first three games in development by People Can Fly (who also developed Bulletstorm). Judgment will cover the events that happened to Cole, Baird, and the rest of Kilo Squad after they're arrested for treason. Stay tuned for the full release date later on today.