So many experts on here.
I personally just don't buy games at release anymore due to the fact that they are not fixed 100%.
I'll settle for 95% and the occasional model freak out, but not this "mostly works" norm.
Doesn't help to lambast devs, just dont buy it, or ask for a refund.
Pretty sad to have it freezing up on consoles on launch..
They need to seriously invest in testers and wait until it's solid.
Imagine a AAA game that launches with no problems..... Now that's imaginary.
For me its pretty simple. If the game launches as a piece of shit I dont buy it.
If they fix it later and its in a gr8 steam/gog/humble I'll buy it IF ITS fixed.
If the movie/show isnt going to be avail through Netflix/Hulu/Prime/Crunchy for weeks(if ever) then make room on the hard drive...
I do 1080p and 1440p with 2 1080ti cards and TAA usually looks as good or better than my brothers rig with his new 2080 ... Now on a 2080ti with higher detail there might be a diffrence? Don't know.
But for us mine 60% of the time looks nicer.
Maybe after some tweaking I'll start needing to...