That intro though...Anyways, tis been awhile since Cliff Bleszinski made a new title since parting ways with Epic Games after Gears of War 3. That silence is about to give way to what we imagine'll be a pleasant blend of hype, disapproval, and somewhere right in between.
LawBreakers is bringing back the arena style, multiplayer gameplay otherwise rarely used since Unreal Tournament. The most interesting part of the game so far appears to be the ability to tamper with gravity on varying fields of play.
You can try out the alpha build of the game over here to see what all the noise is about for yourself. Consider yourself warned (if you couldn't already tell from the trailer) that the game's shamelessly profane.
Epic Games has reached an agreement to sell the 'Gears of War' intellectual property rights to Microsoft. We're very proud of the franchise we built in close partnership with Microsoft over the past decade and are happy that this agreement enables Microsoft to forge ahead with the 'Gears' universe on their industry-leading platforms as Epic concentrates its efforts on new projects. Epic remains totally dedicated to supporting Xbox One and is licensing the Unreal Engine 4 technology to Microsoft in support of their future projects.