Gears of War cinematics boss leaves Epic for Black Tusk

Black Tusk is already known to be working on a new Gears of War, and now it’s recruiting some of the series’ original talent.

Cinematics director Greg Mitchell will be joining the Microsoft-owned studio to help develop the next entry in the series. While his new role hasn’t been detailed, it’s a safe bet he’ll be working on the cinematography.

Mitchell joined epic in 2006 as digital cinematographer for the original Gears of War, then was promoted a year later to cinematics director, according toGamesIndustry. In addition to Gears of War, he also worked on other Epic titles such as Shadow Complex and Infinity Blade.

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