Seems a bit pointless to me this as the performance increase is so minimal anyway that you will almost certainly not notice any difference while playing. The RTX 2080 (and presumably RTX 2080 Ti) already run this game at ridiculously high framerates that a few more FPS at 1440p and 4K is really not that worthwhile. This technology might be more useful on lower end Turing cards such as an RTX 2050/2060 which I assume will be out at some point. Not really been impressed with the RTX range so far. Sure, the performance increase is nice in the RTX 2080 Ti vs. my own GTX 1080 Ti but that is par for the course with any new range of GPUs and that card isn't really offering a huge leap over what we've had before, just the usual 25-40% increase on average vs. the previous generation's equivalent GPU. The RTX features so far have been very underwhelming IMO and definitely not worth the price hike in my view. Like any new technology though, the first generation is always the proof of concept that doesn't quite run as expected but I'm sure that future hardware will see significant improvements and also lower prices. I am more than happy to wait as it's not like there is any game out there that demands anything more powerful than my current GTX 1080 Ti and those RTX enhancements are so sparse that there is absolutely no reason to upgrade.