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The new game from the 'Gears of War' creator looks immense

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Blowing up the Moon would be a bad idea. 

That's a key aspect to Cliff Bleszinski's new game, LawBreakers. The mind behind Gears of War and Unreal Tournament, his latest game takes place in a dystopian future literally rocked by the cracking of the Moon by government testing: earthquakes and tsunamis devastate the Earth, while gravitational forces shift.

A free multiplayer shooter, you play a LawBreaker, a team of heavily equipped badasses looking to combat the unified criminal gangs taking advantage of Earth's new low-gravity environment. 

It looks as chaotic as you imagine...

The LawBreakers arrives in 2016

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