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Thursday, 21 February 2008 07:16

Gears of War 2 now confirmed

Written by David Stellmack
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No game footage, but it is in development


Epic confirmed at GDC that Gears of War 2 is in development for Xbox 360. During the Xbox 360 keynote at GDC, a trailer for the title was shown, but it did not include any in-game footage, only some figures on a black and red background engaged in brutal combat.

Gears of War 2 is slated for a November 2008 release, but, of course, that could change. The first Gears of War was a big success for the Xbox 360 and a sequel has been suspected for quite some time, and this news just confirms what we already pretty much knew.

What we don’t know for sure is whether (like the first Gears of War) Gears of War 2 will make its way to the PC, as well, once the exclusive run on the Xbox 360 is complete?

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