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Gears Of War is finally getting a new game

Kate Harrold

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Gears Of War is finally getting a new game

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If you’re a Gears of War fan, I commend your patience. It’s been three years since Gears 5 released and Gears 6 is nowhere to be seen. Admittedly, the delay is down to the fact that The Coalition are switching over to Unreal Engine 5 but still, fans need their content fix.

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Well, Netflix will soon be giving them that. The streaming service has teamed up with The Coalition to create a Gears of War film in addition to an animated series, “with the potential for more series to follow.” I can think of one actor who would be perfect as Marcus Fenix. You know who I’m talking about, Dave Bautista. You’re here for game-related news though. It turns out, a new Gears of War game is on the way - but it’s not Gears 6 if that’s what you were hoping for.

Speaking of adaptations, The Last of Us premieres this Sunday 15 January. Take a look at the trailer below.

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Steamforged Games took to Twitter to reveal Gears of War: The Card Game. Again, it’s not what fans were perhaps expecting but hey, it’s something. Details are a little thin on the ground. All we really know is that the game is “coming soon.” The team tweeted, “The rumours are true. Be ready. Gears of War: The Card Game deploys in 2023.”

It wouldn’t be Steamforged Games’ first video game tie-in. The UK-based company also created Elden Ring - The Board Game and Dark Souls: The Roleplaying Game. Elden Ring - The Board Game was funded via a Kickstarter campaign so while it hasn’t been confirmed, it wouldn’t be a stretch to imagine that Gears of War: The Card Game will follow a similar path.

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Here at GAMINGbible, we actually gave Elden Ring’s tabletop game a go and were impressed by the scale of its quests. Our very own Ewan wrote that the game “looks and feels genuinely open world.” We’ll certainly be keeping an eye out to see how Gears of War: The Card Game progresses.

Topics: Gears Of War, Board Games

Kate Harrold
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