Originally Posted by bigjdubb
Seems like a good decision. No point in sinking development hours into a feature that RTX users will turn on to see what it looks like but then turn off to actually play the game.
I wonder how much more each card costs considering the hardware and research gone into RT. A 2070 Super at $400 would have been awesome.
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