Well, that list is DLSS/RTX but Nvidia still put those games on a list and basically said "buy our card and you'll get these features" and for some games (arguably most) it will never happen, for others it happened a year after the card was purchased. I personally don't play any of those games on that list, in fact aside from trying BF5 out during Beta and Dauntless for like 15 minutes, I can't think of a single RTX enabled game I played. Regardless I definitely will take a stand against companies selling promises of features and not delivering - it's a crap practice and it needs to stop. There is no way Nvidia's engineers didn't know that these games would take years to get DLSS/RTX support and/or never get them. In the case of Atomic Heart the entire studio seems to have gone bankrupt and almost everyone was laid off and it's still listed on their site as a game with RTX. Maybe but it's left to be seen. With say the 5600XT/2060 - if I had a choice I'd definitely pick the 2060, even with the $20 premium because yeah.. I'll at least get the option of enabling those features with next gen games but there are caveats. Most RT implementations chew up a ton of memory and at least in XBX1X's case it has 12GB of GDDR6 - I'm not sure how a 2060 with 6 will fare - but it's still nice knowing that I can at least attempt the feature. For the rest of the line up though it's definitely a nice value-add to have although I'm sure AMDs and Ampere will have better implementations. I think the technology is awesome and I think it has a place and some value I just don't really care for the way Nvidia is advertising it at all. It's just all promises and few are being kept. By the time most of these games they are now advertising will launch a whole new generation of RTX cards will launch. Reminds me of Tesla will self-driving - they've been promising full self driving on Tesla's for like 8 years now. People are replacing their Tesla's and paid for a feature that never came.