Jeff Grubb returns to the workplace after implying that Zelda and Metroid will be made available as a Nintendo Direct. He claimed during his last Twitch interview that The Coalition would have decided to scrap a'minor game' based on Unreal Engine 5 to concentrate on Gears 6.
The Coalition to abandon the development of a minor project to focus on the next, much-anticipated chapter in the Gears of War shooter odyssey, according to a well-known journalist and VentureBeat insider.
Grubb himself emphasizes how the Redmond house's staffing would not have directly impacted The Coalition's work on Unreal Engine 5, but would have been used by the Xbox Game Studios subsidiary as an opportunity to reorganize your staff and maximize your efforts for the creation of Gears 6. Not surprising, according to Jeff Grubb, the coalition's decision to focus on the development of Gears 6 would have been taken a few months ago, well before the announcement of 10,000 Microsoft layoffs.
According to Grubb, Gears 6's development would have started in 2022, thus the public's anxieties about a lengthy wait for this well-known shooter series to return to PC, Xbox Series X/S and Game Pass.