Robert Bowling teams with Gun Media for mobile game Breach & Clear

Breach & Clear, a new hybrid tactical strategy game for mobile, will launch in the spring under Gun Media and former Infinity Ward creative strategist Robert Bowling.

The game was announced earlier today for Android and iOS via press release. Breach & Clear allows players to build a team, customize weapon loadouts and unlock new equipment. The game is heavy on tactical combat, tasking players with assaulting terrorist groups through strategic planning.

"We're hoping to change the conversation about what denotes a mobile game," Bowling said. "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."

Bowling left Infinity Ward after work on the Call of Duty franchise in March 2012 to create his own studio, Robotoki. In addition to Breach & Clear, Bowling is currently working on zombie apocalypse survival game Human Element for next-gen consoles and mobile devices.

Breach & Clear is expected to launch for iOS and Android in the spring.

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