There hasn't been a new Unreal Tournament game since 2007 - 7 years ago - when Unreal Tournament 3 was released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
The shooting sport series was once extremely popular and almost even had yearly instalments (see: Unreal Tournament 2004), but has laid dormant now for far too long.
That all changed when VP of product development at Epic, Paul Meegan announced on Twitter that they had will be running a livestream on the Unreal Engine Twitch channel, which will give new information on “the future of Unreal Tournament”.
It's widely expected to be Unreal Tournament 4, for PC and possibly next-gen consoles like PS4 too.
The tweet also used the hashtags #UnrealDev and #FirstBlood, the phrase that plays when a first kill is made in the game.
Epic co-founder Mark Rein and marketing manager Dana Cowley also made similar references on Twitter with the same hashtags.
The livestream is scheduled for Thursday May the 8th at 2pm EST which is 7pm BST on the Unreal Engine Twitch channel.
The Unreal 4 Engine is looking fantastic, so gamers everywhere should start getting excited about playing their old favourite game in a whole new way.