After a rather long wait, Gears of War 4 is going to be released in a little over two months. If you’re thinking about getting the Xbox One digital version of the shooter game currently in development by The Coalition, you will be happy to know that Gears of War 4 might become available for pre-load almost a month before its release.
The official GameStop website is currently the Gears of War 4 Xbox One digital version with a pre-load date of September 13th, 9:00 AM CST. This pre-load date has yet to be confirmed officially, so take it with a grain of salt until an official confirmation comes in.
Last week, some interesting new details regarding the Gears of War 4 PC version have emerged online. According to The Coalition technical director Mike Rayner, Gears of War 4 on PC will include support for proper unlocked gframe rate at launch, dynamic resolution support and much more.
Gears of War PC Version Details:
Dynamic resolution support (any resolution will be supported with a sensible dynamic field of view – including ultra-wide).
– Increased texture resolution (up to 4K resolution for select texture groups).
– A benchmark mode.
– Full keyboard/mouse input remapping (including cover/run and roll split).
– Far more comprehensive video settings.
A Gears of War 4 trailer has been made available recently, showcasing sequences taken from the game’s main campaign. There aren’t huge spoilers in the trailer, so you can check it out even if you’re trying to avoid getting any surprise ruined before the game officially launches in less than two months
Gears of War 4 Will Have Unlocked Frame Rate on Windows 10 Even During Cross-Play