The Coalition is looking to recruit someone who'll help them deliver "highly engaging, high-quality campaign" in the next Gears of War game.
If you've already claimed the Unreal Engine 5 demo on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, then it can be re-downloaded in the future.
The first party Xbox studio is looking to hire a motion capture technician specifically to work on the Gears of War franchise.
XboxEra co-founder Nick Baker believes the collection will be announced at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12th.
The Coalition is taking Gears 5's Map Builder offline as it focuses "on future projects", and will be giving out related Achievements to all players.
Gears 5 is nearly three years old, so when can we expect its sequel to launch?
The Coalition technical director Kate Rayner talks about the many changes that Gears fans can expect from the Unreal Engine upgrade.
The tech test features tens of millions of polygons rendered in real time with dynamic real-time global illumination, running on an Xbox Series X.
Xbox games marketing GM Aaron Greenberg calls the studio "masters in Unreal Engine" while fielding questions at a recent fan event in Bogota.
It's been revealed that The Coalition worked on the Unreal Engine 5 tech demo, "helping to refine and optimize" it on Xbox Series X/S.
Charting the highs and higher highs of Microsoft's third person shooter franchise.
The Coalition shows off an impressive look at what the upcoming Unreal Engine 5 tech can look like on Microsoft's most high-end console.
The developer confirmed earlier this year that it was going to shift its development pipelines to Unreal Engine 5, while previous reports have also suggested a new IP being in the works.
The actual tech demo itself will be shown off at this year's GDC on July 20th. It's said this was captured on an Xbox Series X.
The technical demo, which will be running on an Xbox Series X, will focus on "the inner workings of UE5’s new visual systems."
Multiple upcoming first party Xbox games are currently scheduled for 2023 launches, according to GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb.
The Gears 5 developer has "nothing else to announce at this time."
The studio is using this new project to familiarize itself with Unreal Engine 5.
However, it won't be announcing any new projects or titles "for some time."
Journalist Jeff Grubb reveals potential details on what lies ahead for The Coalition.