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The juggernauts are finally starting to flex their muscles for their big E3 showings. Yesterday night, we finally got confirmation that Fallout 4 is in the works. With Bethesda planning on having their own conference this year, it’s a safe bet that more of the game will be shown off sooner rather than later. If we are lucky, it may even be playable.

Even thinking about the possibilities sends shivers down my spine. Fortunately, that wasn’t the only big news coming out today, there is also more information the new Gears of War title will be at E3 this year in some form.

Black Tusk is no more. Don’t freak out though, only the name has been relinquished. Rod Fergusson, head of the studio formerly known as Black Tusk, announced that the name The Coalition has now been adopted. In the message announcing the name change, Rod clarified that the christening is simply so the studio can be more easily associated with the brand name that is Gears of War. More importantly though, he also mentioned that their newest title will be at E3.


Straight from the message:

“Speaking of Gears of War, we’re getting close to E3, where we will share more on what’s next for Gears of War. Specifically, Gears fans should be sure to tune in to Xbox Daily: LIVE @ E3, on Monday June 15 at 4PM Pacific to see what we’re working on.”

His wording could simply mean that they’ll just be discussing the title, but there’s absolutely no way they won’t show even a tiny bit of what they have been working on. It’s the biggest stage of the year for these companies, so teasing something inconsequential wouldn’t be in their best interest. At the very minimum fans would be hugely disappointed. If rumors are proven to be correct, two Gears of War games will be at E3 this year. The second being the remaster of the foremost title in the franchise.


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