The somewhat mediocre response to Gears 4 was not enough, however, to deter the series from advancing and Gears 5 was unveiled during the E3 2018 earlier this year.
Details of the project are still a bit close, but recently The Coalition's boss, Rod Ferguson, spoke with Nerdbunker about the game, revealing that while Gears 4 was the studio, this could prove it The series Justice, Gears 5 will be the opportunity to do something new and show where it wants to record the series.
"Basically it was a reaction to what we want to do with the franchise," Ferguson said about Gears 4 . "We were a new team, a new studio, Gears came back after we were on the shelf for a while, and we did not want to mess with the formula, we did not want to change it too much because we wanted to prove we were one Authentic Gears of War Experience Now that we've done that and people accepted Gears 4 it's now an opportunity with Gears 5 that
"We really want to show what we want to do with the franchise and where we want to bring it, whether it changes the core mechanics, the way we tell stories, or the How to change certain aspects of control and gameplay, or whether you can achieve mobile gameplay and tactics on the PC with new types. "
Gears 5 is ready sometime next year on the PC and Xbox One to publish.