The trailer rounds out with a reminder that it’s set to release on October 27th for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Additionally, the game will also support 4K output on the Xbox One X. One thing worth noting is that the game on the Xbox One X will feature checkerboard rendering. So if you were hoping for complete native 4K output, it won’t happen. Nevertheless, for those of you with 1080p television sets and an Xbox One X, you will get a lot of supersampling benefits.