I can see the difference in my 40' TV sitting at a good 2.5 meters. It isn't a gigantic TV, it's basicaly the cheapest HDTV you can pick up since 32' prices aren't much different. The upscaling messing with the quality results in a blured image so I lose detail. I don't see enemies at far distances that well. In TLOU, it isn't helping me to snipe since I prefer to keep the scope off and just try to search distant enemies with a higher fov.
If you think it don't make difference unless you have a 80' screen, then the only one that's is missing some logic is you.
If it was at 60fps you would be able to spot things in the distance very easily because you would have twice the number of frames beeing sent to your brain.
Also, saying its "blurred" is overstating it. Its still as good as what we have had if not better than last gen resolution. I'm sure no one was unable to see the games in their TV's and certainly didnt consider them "blurred".
If you think you make more logic lets aproach it: Your reason to have higher resolution are 1. shooters and 2. only the moments where you need to snipe really far away targets. 60fps improves all of your gameplay. Its not just one specific instance in a single genre. Yeah, logic.