The order you posted these images in threw me off, because the title says 720 -> 4K, so I was expecting improvements in the second screenshot, but saw what looked to be worse AA, and got confused.
Turns out you posted them in the opposite order? 4K -> 720
But to answer the question, on the forum I notice differences between some of the lower res ones, and less so for the higher res ones.
But when I open the images to view them in full on my PC monitor, then the difference between each is easy to see.
That's a zoomed in view.
When I play games, I don't do so through a magnifying glass.
Not on 55"
Not on a 55", what? It's still taking a small part of the image and blowing it up to whatever screen we're viewing it on.
Going to a larger screen is like using a magnifying glass, the larger the screen the more likely you can see individual pixels that's why more pixels are needed (to make them smaller) to appear unnoticeable. The larger the screen the more like the bottom image the game will look at lower resolutions.
That depends on how close to the screen your eyeballs are.
I mean, the way I see it, what's the point of sitting right up close to a huge screen?
Let's put it this way.
You're sitting 4 meters away from the screen.
First you play on a 32" screen.
Then switch that to a 46" screen.
And now things will look more 'zoomed in' from the same distance.
Last edited by Hiku - on 20 November 2020
I guess the issue can be that some times people can't really adjust their distance to the screen easily, depending on their setup/furniture.