At E3 2018, longtime Gears of War producer Rod Fergusson showed off a new PC game called Gears Tactics and announced Gears 5 and Gears Pop as well. This year, Microsoft’s Xbox briefing only mentioned those last two.
It’s something I’ve wondered about. When a game like Gears of War 3 is leaked ahead of its release date, I can understand wanting to play it, but why on earth would someone go out of his or her way to spoil themselves by watching videos of it on YouTube?
You can count on Gears of War fans when it comes to buying virtual goods in the name of doing good. Want proof? Epic Games’ charity campaign tied to Gears of War 3 just raised over $US150,000 for charity.