I'm still a bit confused why EA gave them the greenlight to make Titanfall 2, I know the first one was a financial success but that was because on xbox one the selection of games was rather thin. This looks pretty but where is the physics and destruction? Large stompy robot can't even move a shipping crate or down a tree.
On PC there was a min-surge of people initially but once the glitz quickly wore off it was abandoned by the players.
I've also read that the netcode is 30hz which is pretty bad for a twitch game like this, BF1 is using 60hz and so is Overwatch.
As for 4k, boy I wish it were ready for prime time but it's not. You need a $700 graphics card to run 4k at 60hz and in most games you need to adjust your settings to medium. Even with two $700 graphics cards there's no guarantee because SLI support is sketchy most of the time.
40" is the sweet spot for 4k and you don't have any affordable options for monitors. Those korean ebay deals are too risky, I did it for a 1440p monitor and got lucky with getting one with no defects but the 4k monitors seem to be a big gamble with the outcome being stuck with a $500 - $600 piece of garbage. UHD TV's have too high response time, the best being around 20ms range but you have to lower the picture quality to get that.
edit: actually I guess they are using 60hz update in the netcode for Titanfall 2https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SQx3b9iGhgThis comment was edited on Sep 28, 2016, 17:02.