I wanted to play Just Cause 3, but it doesn't support my Crossfire at all and it also has poor support of Eyefinity (apparently in the engine they used, dual card support is impossible).
I made the mistake of buying Doom, and months later it still doesn't support my Crossfire at all, not even with Vulkan.
Compare that to around 2013/2014 games, the majority of big titles supported my Crossfire 290s wonderfully.
The games are trash now anyway. They keep getting worse and worse. They're shallow garbage. I have more fun with my Wii U than I do with recent PC games.
And if you wanna talk about development costs, well, if this generation of kids cared more about gameplay than graphics then we wouldn't have as many overglorified tech demos with bad gameplay (e.g. Witcher 3). Sit some of these people down and make them play Super Nintendo or something. Home to some of the best RPGs ever made, any recent ones pale in comparison and stand in the shadow of legends. Those games didn't cost tens of millions of dollars to make, and sold on the merits of their gameplay, not their graphics. This is the reason we have $60 game prices for rubbish games. The development costs to make games "with good graphics" has gotten out of control. We are heading for another crash. It's just a matter of time.
The last PC game I really enjoyed was Dragon Age Inquisition and that was at the end of 2014. It still has bugs (like flickering textures in Crossfire) that they never fixed. Go figure. Maybe I'm in the wrong hobby.