Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock Studios have announced the PC features for Back 4 Blood, and it’s an impressive array of graphical settings that should help enhance the zombie shooter for PC players.
At launch, Back 4 Blood will feature 4K graphics and resolution support as well as ultra-wide resolutions, and have support for multi-monitor setups. Nvidia DLSS support will help you hit higher frame rates, while those with power to spare can make use of the uncapped frame rates.
The PC version will also be included in the crossplay support, meaning players from across all platforms and consoles Back 4 Blood is available on can play together.
The PC options menu, as seen in the new trailer above, includes a collection of features that can be cycled between four settings, including the expected textures, effects, shadows, and foliage. There’s also the all-important field of view slider, and multiple options for anti-aliasing. Essentially, it appears that Back 4 Blood will meet the bar for a good PC version.
On PC, Back 4 Blood will be available on October 12 on Steam, Epic Games Store, and Microsoft Store/Game Pass. For console players, it will be launching on PS4, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S and One consoles on Game Pass. For more, check out our recent interview with Back 4 Blood’s lead producer about the PvP Swarm Mode.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.