The hype train has well and truly begun with Gears of War 4, with developer The Coalition saying that the game will be "a graphical showcase" for the Xbox One.
The Coalition boss Rod Fergusson was interviewed in the latest issue of Official Xbox Magazine US, where he talked about Gears of War 4, where the teamed learned a lot from its experience in the 60FPS gameplay from Gears of War: Ultimate Edition. The studio wanted to bring some of their findings into Gears of War 4, with Fergusson saying: "Delivering [with Ultimate Edition] the first 60fps multiplayer experience in franchise history really taught us a lot about what it means to have a 60fps culture on the team and we're leveraging that experience for Gears of War 4".
The original Gears of War launched on the Xbox 360 some 10 years ago now, in 2006, and was praised for its graphics back in the day. Fergusson said The Coalition's mission is for Gears of War 4 to be "a graphical showcase" for the Xbox One, where he said: "Like how the original Gears of War was a visual showcase for the Xbox 360, Gears of War 4 will be a graphical showcase for the Xbox One".
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