Yay, more toxicity from the PC crowd who seem to think they're so superior because... Actually, I'm still trying to figure that one out.
It's called preferences, doofus. I prefer the unified online/friends list. I prefer using a TV (yes you can hook a PC to a TV, but switching back and forth is irritating and not very practical). I prefer the controller (controller options on PC are often half-assed). I like trophies (Steam achievements are so poorly done it's not funny). I like not having to mess with settings just to get a game functioning, and probably have to go do it again at a different point in the game later. I like physical games. I couldn't care less about mods. Most importantly, I prefer the games themselves. It's a simple fact that the majority of games I play are simply not on PC. There are very few PC exclusives that interest me in any way, and there aren't even that many multiplats I care for. Even for those few multiplats, the cost of a PC is simply not worth the marginal differences in graphics. I'm not paying 10x more for a 10% increase in graphics in 10% of my games. Console games look and run just fine.
Before you start attacking me for not having experienced 60fps and acting like I've never seen a PC before, I've had PCs for almost 30 years. I've played plenty of games at 60fps (on both consoles and PC). I just don't care. 30 fps doesn't bother me in the slightest. I don't even notice it unless I stop and think about it. I don't hate PC, and there are a few games here and there I'll play on it (it's outdated nowadays but that's because I've had no reason to spend a ton of money on upgrades that I won't make use of), but my primary systems are and always have been consoles. If you prefer the PC experience, good for you. Have fun. The console experience is vastly superior to me.
You'll have to explain this one to me. PC allows you to use literally any controller you want to for any game. Xbox One controller, PS4 controller, PS3, Xbox 360; hell, a streamer set up a racing wheel to play Dark Souls. Sorry, but controller options are infinitely more customizable on PC.
Yep, I love using my Xbox Elite Controller on my PC, it get's the job done and I only use KB/M on first-person-shooters & RTS games only customization controller on PC gives the user more options how you play your games on PC, PC is all about choices for a reason.
Also, this whole 30fps vs 60fps is BS! I can tell asap when a game is 30fps, it effects the gameplay and 60fps+ makes the gameplay smooth, try playing Witcher 3 in 30fps and the difference is totally day/night.
Yes, I use a PS4 controller whenever possible. What I mean by that, is that oftentimes controller implementation is an afterthought. Look at any random game on Steam, and most will say "Partial Controller Support". That usually means things like menus aren't controllable with a controller. That also makes it more difficult to use my PC on a TV (which was another point I made). A lot of games simply aren't designed for a controller, with many having too many buttons to map to it (they're not streamlined for it). In PUBG, for example, I don't play it much but I still have to be ready to use my keyboard and mouse for some things. It's not the end of the world, but it's irritating. Anyway, that was just one of my many reasons for preferring consoles.
When it comes to framerate, yes, of course I can see the difference between 30 and 60. It looks nicer, but it has little effect on the actual gameplay. I don't understand it when people say it makes the game more responsive and have less input lag. Assuming a game is not pure garbage, it plays just fine at 30fps and I've never seen any input lag in my ~33 years of gaming unless we're talking about bottom of the barrel developers who shouldn't be allowed near technology.
Okay, so PC exclusive games you sometimes can't use a controller? This isn't really a solid argument. If it were the case of multiplats not being able to use a controller, then you'd be right. However, in the case of PUBG, you can control the entire game on an Xbox One controller in game now. They even changed up the looting to work with the Xbox One controller.
To fake using an Xbox controller, you can use the controller option in Steam to apply Xbox settings to your PS4 controller. In game settings will have Xbox prompts, but you can still use the PS4 controller for it. This automatically means it has better support on PC, because you sure as hell can't use a PS4 controller on your Xbox to control PUBG or any other game.
And you're wrong on framerate. Solid framerates allow for better control with both a mouse/keyboard and controller. 60 fps is also a night and day difference on mouse and keyboard. Many of us can tell the difference.