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Published on February 4th, 2008 | by Deejay Knight, Editor/Founder

Mark Rein Saws Through Gears 2 Rumor

Well, you can’t dislike someone for being honest – depending on how upsetting the news is, of course. That’s just a reminder for some Xbox 360 gamers that might be a bit miffed at his latest bout of brutal honesty.

Epic Games forum member ‘ManWithNoThumbz‘ posted a link in the Epic Games Forums to an article in GamePro which claims to have news on Gears of War 2. Mark Rein was the first to follow up in that post with the following comment:

It is complete nonsense. We have not announced a sequel to Gears of War to Gamepro or anyone else for that matter.

So consider that rumor ‘chainsawed’ as far as Mark is concerned.

In consolation, you can pretty much bet on there being a Gears of War 2. Really, i don’t think it’s an option considering how well the original did. So for the time being, the official call on Gears of War 2 is that there is no official call on Gears of War 2.

Expect the official announcement at E3 if it’s due this year…

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