Has anyone else actually watched footage of games with RTX ultra enabled?
How the hell is anyone still hyped for this nonsense? Going from no AA to even SMAA has a more noticible difference on the final image quality than anything we'll see shoehorned into a AAA game in the next decade.
The only saving grace for this tech would be a small studio game that's built from the ground up for RTX. Like a cool 3D indie game that looks like one of the nvidia demos.
Anything else is a non-starter.
You think a multi-million $ AAA studio is going to cater to the 0.02% of users who have an RTX card? Or the 100+ million of them who have a PS4, Xbox, or "normal PC"?
Their focus will be getting the best image quality on the 99.8% of systems. It would be irresponsible for them to actually build a true RTX game, as they have zero hope in hell of ever recouping their investment.
Sorry guise, truth hurts.
Shit, I'm still waiting for games to utilize all the great features of DX12, LOL! Maybe in 2021 when the next consoles get here we'll see DX 12 being used by developers, and maybe in 2029 with the next next gen of consoles maybe we'll have integrated RTX units in consoles, so developers could justify a true RTX build of a AAA game, but not before.
THE FUTURE IS NOT HERE.
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