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Microsoft and Epic Games will debut a new Gears of War title at E3 next week. The sequel -- which was not identified by name in Game Informer's cover story reveal -- appears to be set on Sera, star COG soldiers, and a mysterious man in handcuffs.

We don't know anyone like that, do we?

The background of the debut imagery features familiar flying enemies as well, indicating the Locusts are indeed returning. The Gears universe has a rich history, which you can read all about in our Gears of War Wiki, so there's plenty to speculate about here.

Is this a prequel, perhaps during the Pendulum Wars leading into Marcus Fenix's inevitable arrest? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to tune into IGN for Microsoft's E3 press conference Monday, June 4 at 9:30am PDT.

Bem, era preciso apimentar a E3 deste ano e a Microsoft já o conseguiu por mim.

Apesar do bom desfecho da história e saga Fenix, se isto for uma prequela ou um spin-off passado nas Pendulum Wars como o texto diz, então força isso!

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Por mim venha. Afinal o que vimos foi só uma team na triologia... Se formos a ver a nível global (planeta), existiam milhares de teams como aquela com diferentes situações e missões etc.

Acho que este tipo de jogos pode continuar a saír, desde que a historia tenha um pouco pés e cabeça e jogabilidade fantástica ;)

(e não estou a exagerar se os jogos eram fantásticos ou não, mas é o que toda a gente quer :lol: )


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Baird, Cole, Garron, and Sofia -- the four members of Gears of War: Judgment's Kilo Squad -- have been "charged for treason because they didn't follow orders, stole equipment, and their actions could end up killing millions of people they swore to protect," an anonymous source told IGN.

This is the premise of Judgment, and the crux of the trailer debuting at Microsoft's E3 press conference on Monday, June 4, where we'll learn officially that the next Gears of War is a prequel to the first game.


Baird and Cole look younger in Judgment because Kilo Squad was only around during the two years following Emergence Day, as far as the Gears of War novel Coalition's End is concerned. E-Day happened 14 years before the first Gears of War, which puts us more than a decade behind Epic's original Gears game, giving us the opportunity to watch their delightful relationship develop. It also leaves Judgment open to introduce a young Marcus Fenix before he gets thrown in the clink for desertion.

Two people new to the Gears canon join Baird and Cole, but we'll need to wait for Monday's E3 trailer to learn more about who they are, how they're connected to these guys, and what role they play in Kilo's treason.

Keep it locked to IGN.com for more on Gears of War: Judgment as details roll out over E3 2012 and beyond. Until then, let us know what you're expecting from Gears of War: Judgment in the comments below.

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