I discovered that apparently RE2 applies a strong sharpening filter on top of whatever AA method you use. But you can disable that sharpening and be comfortable using something like SMAA. Hair in motion will still look a bit iffy, but you're going to get the best quality of the textures if you dont use blur them in the first place.
For gameplay, I find that TAA + tinkering with adaptive sharpening from ReShade gives the best results.
Anthem looks really good and the animations are better than I thought, especially for a Bioware game, too bad it doesn't look like the kind of game I could enjoy much these days, maybe for a few hours, I'll give it a try when it's cheap enough.