I've played it on my Series S and was slightly underwhelmed compared to what the hype was making it out to be.
It was a bit of a blurry mess due to whatever dynamic resolution and temporal anti aliasing was going on, most likely due to the lack of power on the series S. However having messed with DLSS and TXAA in various games I usually now just force native Resolution and no TXAA, instead using are MSAA (or is that SMAA) and lower settings if I need to.
There seemed to be loads of filters and post processing going on (it is meant to be a movie after all)
The physics and animations in the actual game bit were not very good at all (GTA 4 Euphoria was better!)
People looked fantastic though!
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