A teaser for the Gears of War 4 reveal happening during tomorrow night’s Fear The Walking Dead features the second statue of Gears hero Marcus Fenix since the marketing team’s gears started turning earlier this week.News of Gears of War 4's October 11 release date gave us a look at our first statue of the legendary war hero via the game’s box art.
It hasn't been a big secret that developer Respawn would eventually bring its Titanfall franchise to additional platforms following its exclusive debut on the Xbox One and Windows PC.The teaser doesn't do much more than confirming that the Titanfall sequel is still the real deal.
Respawn Entertainment has released a short teaser trailer for the much-anticipated Titanfall 2, and confirmed that the game will be multi-platform this time around, with a worldwide reveal for the game scheduled for June 12.Speaking of their plans for the single-player campaign in an interview with Forbes back in February, lead writer for the game Jesse Stern had this to say:
The BioShock series of first-person shooters are set to get a current-gen remaster, dubbed BioShock: The Collection, if recent rumours are to be believed.A recent teaser on Twitter seems to suggest BioShock: The Collection is real and that publisher, 2K, plans to officially unveil the game soon.
Details are scarce at this stage, but we do know it will be an RPG like its predecessors, that the story will take place before the events of the first Valkyrie Profile, and that Motoi Sakuraba will return to compose the soundtrack.Given the series' following, this latest announcement will likely get a mixed reception.
We had been hearing plenty of rumors about Destiny 2 over the past week or so, with an alleged promo poster for the game leaking that revealed the game’s key art and release date.It seems that the leak wasn’t a fake, as now Bungie has released the game’s first official teaser image for everyone to speculate over.