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  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Developer People Can Fly Soars Again As Independent Studio

    People Can Fly, the studio behind Painkiller, Bulletstorm, and Gears of War Judgment, is now independent once more. The company announced its amicable split from Epic this morning. In recent years, the team was known as Epic Games Poland, and contributed to a number of projects. In addition to its work... More
  • Blog Post: People Can Fly Is Now Working On Fortnite As Epic Games Poland

    People Can Fly, the team behind Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment has a new name. The studio is now called Epic Poland, and it’s now part of the Fortnite development process. Pixel Enemy reports the change in name along with a statement that the studio under its new name will be working on... More
  • Blog Post: Gears of War: Judgment Lost Relics DLC Out Today For VIP Members

    If you've been itching to rev up your lancer, but have grown tired of the existing Gears of War: Judgment maps, perhaps today's new DLC will lure you back in. Epic Games has announced that today's new expansion, titled Lost Relics, brings four new maps, one new mode, and new character and... More
  • Blog Post: Gears of War Call To Arms DLC Pack Brings Three Maps, New Mode

    The next map pack for Gears of War Judgment , Call to Arms, arrives on April 23, 2013, for season pass holders and April 30 for everyone else. The pack sports three new battlegrounds including the train terminals of Halvo Bay, a hospital that fell in an early Locust attack, and a mass graveyard. Additionally... More
  • Blog Post: Gears Judgment Designed For Accessibility Says Lead Level Designer

    In a recent interview with RipTen , Epic Games lead level designer on Gears of War: Judgment , Jim Brown, discussed the thought process behind the big changes in the latest installment. One of the recurring themes was accessibility. At multiple points in the discussion, Brown cites test sessions and... More
  • Blog Post: A Note About Our Gears Of War: Judgment Review

    The newest chapter of the Gears of War series hits store shelves this Tuesday, and you'll probably see reviews for it popping up any minute now. However, you won't see Game Informer's just yet. If you've paid attention to any gaming sites over the last couple of weeks, you may have heard... More
  • Blog Post: Prepare For Gears Of War: Judgment With Our Coverage Hub

    Back in July '12, Gears of War: Judgment graced our cover , and along with it came a huge number of stories and features covering the development of the game. With Gears of War: Judgment's impending release this Tuesday, now is the perfect time to revisit all of our coverage. Click here , or... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Director Not Excited About AAA Games

    According to GamesIndustry , Adrian Chmielarz, the former creative director and co-owner of People Can Fly, is no longer interested in AAA titles. Instead, he is going to focus on smaller projects with new studio The Astronauts. "It's the same idea: get the best in [the] business under one umbrella... More
  • Blog Post: Gears Of War: Judgment Multiplayer Leaked Online

    Unofficial gameplay footage from Epic Games and People Can Fly’s upcoming Gears of War: Judgment title has been spotted online after the leaked game appeared on online torrent sites, and Microsoft is none too happy. According to Eurogamer , the company will take “vigorous action” against... More
  • Blog Post: Ex-People Can Fly Developers Unveil The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter

    The Astronauts, a new studio headed by Adrian Chmielarz, the former creative director of People Can Fly and the guiding force behind Gears of War: Judgment, Bulletstorm, and Painkiller, has released a teaser trailer for its intriguing new game. The game is titled The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, which... More
  • Blog Post: Gears Of War: Judgment Goes Gold

    According to the official Gears of War: Judgment Facebook page , the game has gone gold and will soon be ready for consumer consumption! Seen above is the development staff celebrating their victory. For those unfamiliar with the term, going gold basically means the game is ready for mass printing. It... More
  • Blog Post: These Are Gears Of War: Judgment's Achievements

    It's an achievement kind of morning with both BioShock Infinite's and Gears of War: Judgment's achievements showing up online. You can check out the full list of Judgment's achievements below. They Called Him Karn (10 points) - Completed Museum Of Military Glory Open Arms (10 points)... More
  • Blog Post: Gears Of War: Judgment Campaign Trailer

    The 2012 Spike VGAs were host to a few world premieres, including the first look at campaign in the next installment in the Gears of War franchise. Despite the belief of some that the franchise is being milked, the gameplay on display in the newest trailer shows off some exciting footage from the upcoming... More
  • Blog Post: Gears of War: Judgment's Pre-Order Weapon

    In preparation for Gears of War: Judgment's March 19 release date on Xbox 360, Microsoft has announced a pre-order weapon that packs a punch. The Classic Hammerburst is a multiplayer-exclusive pre-order weapon that fires six rounds at once. It was, apparently, a standard-issue weapon for the Locust... More
  • Blog Post: New Gears Of War Judgment Art Released

    (Click for full size) Epic Games released new key art for Gears of War Judgment depicting Damon Baird, Augustus Cole, Sofia Hendrick and Garron Paduk of The Kilo Squad. The game, which releases March 19, 2013, is a prequel to the original series. Full, high-resolution versions of the art can be found... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Developers Start New Studio

    People Can Fly founder Adrian Chmielarz, who left the studio in August, has formed a new company called The Astronauts. Chmielarz is joined by Andrzej Poznanski and Michal Kosieradzki, at the new studio as it works on its debut title set for release sometime in 2013. The Astronauts are utilizing a licensing... More
  • Blog Post: Gears of War: Judgment's New Mode

    Epic Games and developer People Can Fly are adding a new multiplayer mode to Gears of War: Judgment called Free-For-All. As you would expect by the name, this multiplayer mode ditches team tactics in favor of sheer personal survival. The mode is playable at PAX Prime this week, with two maps on display... More
  • Blog Post: Epic Buys Gears of War: Judgment Dev

    Epic Games revealed it has purchased developer People Can Fly. The company previously held a majority stake, but now the studio is a wholly owned subsidiary. People Can Fly is currently working on Gears of War: Judgment, due out this coming March for Xbox 360. "We doubled down on People Can Fly... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Next Gears Of War To Be A Prequel

    It's all strictly rumor, but according to the upcoming issue of Official Xbox Magazine, the next Gears of War game could be a prequel, and it could be in the hands of developer People Can Fly. People Can Fly was recently acquired by Epic Games. Its first game Bulletstorm was published by the Gears... More
  • Blog Post: People Can Fly Surprised By Bulletstorm's Dirty Language

    Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly is based in Poland so English isn't anyone's first language. It wasn't until late in the dev cycle that they realized the extent of the profanity. This comes from a postmortem on the game from the October issue of Game Developer Magazine. Sister site Gamasutra... More
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