Nvidia is all set to launch a whole new generation of Graphics Cards, but while there is a lot of excitement about all the new graphical goodness they look set to offer there are as many reasons to be worried as there are reasons to be cheerful. We don’t want to get completely doom and gloom about the new hardware; it’s more than two years since Nvidia has released a whole new gaming GeForce GPU architecture, and we’re genuinely excited about what the new cards are going to offer. And the new RTX 2080 et al are going to deliver a new world of real-time ray tracing, general gaming performance, and the possibility to have artificial intelligence making our games look awesome. Living in the future’s great, right? But these new GPUs haven’t appeared in isolation and there are reasons to be a little sceptical about just what a brave new dawn the new RTX 20-series GPUs will bring. Whether it’s their offensively high prices, or the possibility that all these shiny new features will be essentially ignored by developers focusing on console development first and foremost.