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Tuesday, 01 July 2014 07:23

Stepto joins Black Tusk

Written by David Stellmack

Will represent Gears community

Stephen Toulouse, (better known as Stepto) who used to be the Xbox Live policy and enforcement director, has joined Microsoft’s Black Tusk studio to represent the Gears of War community in the development of the latest Gears title.

Toulouse has an 18 year run at Microsoft and according to his Twitter feed, he is excited to be working on the first next generation Gears of War title for the Xbox One. He will be working to incorporate feedback from the community into the next Gears title. Toulouse has always been a big fan of the Gears franchise, so this is a perfect fit for him.

The decision to add Toulouse is a good one as he has significant visibility within the Xbox community and he is a good choice to work with the community on the new Gears title. Being that this is Black Tusk’s first Gears title, there is significant pressure to get it right.

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