Gears of War Collection is in the works and the idea hasn’t been scrapped
Gears of War Collection rumors first appeared last year, but Microsoft ignored them completely as usual, which made some think that the project was stopped or did not exist in the first place, but according to the information received, the collection is still in the works and will be released in the future.
Journalist Nick Baker said that work on the improved collection is still underway, but it is unlikely that it will not be released in the first half of 2023, and this amount of information is sufficient for the time being, but after a short period of time after that information appeared, many journalists and media professionals interacted with it. They alluded to her health in one way or another.
I’m currently not allowed to give much more detail than “it’s happening” at the moment (I’m working on loosening the grip) but even as someone who isn’t a big Gears fan anymore, what this is should be really awesome . Add even better adjectives for Gears fans.
– Nick (@Shpeshal_Nick) January 11, 2023
No one knows the truth about the Gears of War Collection or its content in reality, it may include the classic trilogy and the Judgment sub-part, and it may include all versions of the series, but what is certain is that if the leaks are correct, all games will be optimized to support a higher frame rate and 4K resolution.
Netflix had revealed in a tweet on its official account that it had collaborated with The Coalition to make a movie based on Gears of War, as well as an animated series for adults.
Netflix said in a tweet: “Gears of War released 16 years ago today, and to celebrate the occasion, Netflix has partnered with The Coalition to turn the video game epic @GearsofWar into a feature film, followed by an animated series for adults, with potentially more stories to follow! “.
It’s not clear if this project is related to the Gears of War movie, which has been stuck in production for 15 years. David Batista has been constantly linked to the role of Marcus Fenix, which he described as a “dream role”.