Gears of War 4 demo at Gamescom 2016, has showcased the graphical settings menu, with options for several DirectX 12 specific features like Async-Compute and Multi-GPU.
As developer promised, Gears of War 4 would also come with an unlocked framerate and lots of options and settings to tweak. Which, clearly indicate that The Coalition has made some significant effort than its previous PC version of Gears of War: Ultimate Edition.
In the video, we can see all of the options that will be included in the PC version of Gears of War Ultimate Edition, as shadow quality, ambient occlusion, grass draw distance, reflections, character level of detail and more. Gears of War 4 will release on October 11th on both Windows 10 PC and Xbox One.
If you want to view, the full PC system requirements check our previous post here.