8K gaming makes no sense, 4K isn’t even meaningful yet. 1440p/120Hz with higher graphics settings and ray tracing should be the goal. Better pixels are more important than more pixels at this resolution.
The limitation makes sense for now. They’re working off limitations of the old game. Maybe they’ll improve it over time. My guess is that the small percentage of players that would care won’t be around to notice.
The only console game I’d be willing to pay for an upgrade for would be Bloodborne. Otherwise I’ll stick to PC where games are backwards compatible “forever” and have mods and all kinds of improvements over time.
These clickbate cry babies about Windows 11 crack me up. I tried the insider preview and it ran fantastic and finally looks modern like Gnome or MacOS has looked for years. Can’t wait to do a clean install on my main PC of the release version in October.
eRe4s3r wrote on Sep 1, 2021, 13:00: 721 MB for a GPU driver that fixes barely 6 things (none even related to gaming) compared to the previous driver... awesome
That’s because this isn’t just an update they release it as a full driver installer each time. Any download under 1GB is nothing these days anyway. Just install them and delete the installer after takes 3 minutes.
I was resistant at first but the beta releases are looking better and better. It’s about time MS modernized the UI and new features like DirectStorage sound great. Anyway now I plan on doing a clean install over my Win10 partition in October screw it.