Microsoft is keen on pulling in more gamers over to Windows 10 PC gaming, and to do that Redmond will have to cater to enthusiast gamers' expectations. This means unlocked frame rates, 4K support, FreeSync and G-Sync compatibility, CrossFire and SLI support, and tons of tweakable video settings. So far Gears of War 4 has ticked all these boxes, and PC gamers will be able to tweak and adjust nearly every aspect of the game to their personal specifications.
Gears of War 4 rocks a pretty huge array of graphics options that are separated into two main tiers: Video Basic and Video Advanced settings. The Video Basic settings show display modes, resolution sliders, FOV sliders, a V-Sync toggle, a ton of different texture detail settings for characters, vehicles, effects, lighting, and the world-based environments. There's also adjustments for shadow quality, post-processing, ambient occlusion intensity, anti-aliasing, light shaft quality, light scattering quality, lens flares, bloom, motion blur.