IGN writes: "Things are changing in the world of Gears of War 2. On the 28th of this July Epic will make available a sizable chunk of downloadable content, called Dark Corners, priced at 1200 Microsoft Points. Included will be an additional single-player mission that can be launched from the main menu along with seven new multiplayer maps. On top of that, it seems sometime this weekend those still slicing each other up online will be treated to the fourth title update for the game, which in addition to numerous tweaks and fixes adds in the ability to reap experience points for participation in Horde type game matches.
To get some more detail on the fourth title update, Dark Corners, and the ongoing development efforts behind Gears of War 2, we had the opportunity to speak with Senior Producer Rod Fergusson".