If you're a PC gamer looking to get in on some of the Gears of War Ultimate Edition that was announced for the Xbox One during Microsoft's E3 2015 press event, you're in luck. The Coalition's Rod Fergusson took to the stage during E3's PC Gaming Show to announce that the remastered Gears of War will be coming to PC.
There weren't a whole lot of details to be gleaned from the announcement, but Fergusson did confirm that the PC version of Gears of War Ultimate will support 4K displays and unlimited refresh rates, standing in contrast to the console version's 1080p limit. Additionally, the game will support mouse and keyboard input in addition to wireless controllers, along with Xbox Live and game DVR support.
Finally, Xbox chief Phil Spencer was on stage as well, announcing that the fighting franchise Killer Instinct will be coming to PC at some point in the future as well.
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