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Netflix to adapt Gears of War video game universe

Gears of War is one of gaming’s richest and most acclaimed sagas

Published: 08th November 2022

Gears of War, the video game series has gained popularity across the globe. Created by Epic Games, developed and managed by The Coalition, the franchise has come up with book series, spin-off video game titles, novels, merchandise and more. 

Now, there is another exciting addition to this range with a live-action feature film.  The original game was released in 2006. Marking the 16th anniversary of the acclaimed game release, Netflix recently announced that they will be adapting this Gears of War universe. Following the live-action drama, the streamer will also produce,  an adult animated series, with the potential for more stories to follow.

With over 40 million copies sold, Gears of War is one of gaming’s richest and most acclaimed sagas. A society divided and on the brink of collapse faces total extinction by the Locust, a monstrous threat from below. Delta Squad, a ragtag fireteam led by disgraced sergeant Marcus Fenix, is now charged with leading humanity’s last stand. The series has been critically acclaimed for redefining the tactical third-person and cooperative shooter genre and has one of gaming’s most passionate fanbases.

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