Robert Bowling, the former IW Creative Strategist (who left Infinity Ward in March of 2012), has just announced a new iOS/Android game he’s been working on.

The game is called “Breach and Clear” and it’s coming in Spring 2013 to iOS and Android devices. The game’s main developer is “Gun Media”, Bowling will be the executive producer on Breach & Clear – ” [a] hybrid tactical strategy game that puts you in control of Special Operations Forces during the planning and execution stages of high-risk, close-quarters missions and beyond.”

“We’re hoping to change the conversation about what denotes a mobile game,” said Bowling. “With Breach & Clear, we’ve taken the design principles of creating a major console release and transferred that to a title that just so happens to be launching on mobile devices. Our focus is to take a gameplay experience and mechanic that is built from the ground up for mobile or touch control and enhance it with the depth and progression you’d expect from a AAA console release.”

Robert Bowling is also the President of Robotoki Studio, which he created in April of 2012. Robotoki announced their first IP game in E3 2012, which is called Human Element, a zombie type game that is coming in 2015. According to Bowling, they will be announcing another game on March 4th.

Robert Bowling issued a statement to Games Industry:

The development and launch of Breach & Clear will have no impact on the production cycle of any projects at Robotoki. In fact, in March, Robotoki will be doing a large expansion and hiring spree to ramp up on production of Human Element as well as a new title which will be unveiled on March 4th.

Overview From breachandclear.com

The world of Special Operations is a tight knit, closed group populated by incredibly knowledgeable and motivated individuals who answer to a life of service. Breach & Clear allows you to take a peek at the world of Special Operations as well as close quarters battles in this highly engaging and detail-oriented tactical strategy title.

Working with members of this elite community and suppliers to the best of the best, gamers will be able to customize and orient special operations teams from around the world as you take on missions that have been planned out by members of this highly selective community.

-Build your team from the ground up like never before

-Customize your loadout, your weapon and your team to create the most efficient force it can be

-Guide your team with intuitive controls as you take on some of the most dangerous scenarios available with design input by real members of special operations

-Take on hardened enemy positions, complex levels and even other players in multiple game modes

-Unlock and equip the very best that the special operations community has to offer from real world rifles and equipment to units from around the US and abroad

Breach & Clear is the definition of customization and strategy as you take a glimpse of a world so closed off from the norm.

This free to play game also includes content that can be paid for with real money. We also offer custom in-game patches where 100% of the proceeds will go to help veterans and their families in need!

SOURCE: Venture Beat and GamesIndustry

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  • Charlie B

    I wonder if there will be a stealth clown in this game?

    • Strike

      lmfao

  • James K

    We also offer custom in-game patches where 100% of the proceeds will go to help veterans and their families in need!

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    Nice support!

  • Jared

    Hopefully this game will really have no last stand

    • PuddingAuxRais1ns

      Hopefully deathstreaks are out of the equation as well.

      • 2609yannick

        This is not call of duty

  • 9410besi

    Looks good 🙂 I’m glad to see RB moving on and making more games 😀

  • Fuck you last stand!!.. then they put final stand in the game.

  • Dean

    We meet again, P2W.

  • well the game looks pretty cool and we all know he has a lottt to prove so i bet he will make sure it is pretty good.

  • Mushypotatoes

    ”we’ve taken the design principles of creating a major console release
    and transferred that to a title that just so happens to be launching on
    mobile devices”
    LAST STAND ON MOBILE?