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Friday, 13 May 2011 09:21

Another Brothers in Arms is in development

Written by David Stellmack
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Official announcement expected very soon
Another chapter in the Gearbox-developed WWII franchise known as Brothers In Arms is currently in development. While suspected in development for some time, the recent comments by none other than head Gear-head Randy Pitchford makes it about as official as it can be without an official announcement.

According to what we are hearing, the plan is to take the Brothers in Arms franchise in a new direction and we should be able to hear all about it soon. It is likely that when Pitchford says “soon” he means E3, and the title will be unveiled there.


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