I ended up buying it and am regretting it already, haha! :D
It’s a bit of a shambles tbh. First up you can’t set the resolution/DPI until after you have created a game so bad first impression.
At 4K with the ‘1/2’ DPI option set, it’s much like the pic above. Still a bit small at my size/distance but probably manageable.
However the UI is really sluggish for me at this res. Buttons take 1/2 a second to highlight when you roll over them for example. Scrolling is molasses.
If I run at 1080p it looks much the same but runs a heap better - but then it seems it’s not using a proper fullscreen mode but rather forcing my desktop to 1080p. :P
And since I’m running a 300% DPI in Windows for 4k, when I switch back to the browser or the manual they are just massive on screen due to the drop in resolution.
And to add insult to injury… it doesn’t change the resolution back when you quit the game.
This is really amateur hour in 2020. To play the game I have to run at 1080p since apparently my 4.5Ghz i7-7700k and 2080ti can’t render a turn-based UI at 4k smoothly, and manually lower my Windows DPI beforehand and put it and the resolution back after.
Ugh. Hopefully this gets smoothed out a bit as I’m sure the game itself is pretty good!