Actually, with the PS4, it's all done in the background but you're still not going to run into issues running the game. There's a plethora of issues that you could run into with a PC.
What's not fun about gaming on a PC (other than the library missing games that I want):
- constant fiddling with drivers, settings, etc.
- frequent upgrades required.
- requires extra space to set up the desktop, monitor, input devices.
- having to play with kb/m in MP just because everyone else is.
Im not even going to waste my time giving you a reply to what you just wrote other then to say in every pc thread you always lie about stuff to make it look bad. Exactly why do you do that? what is it about pc gaming that makes you feel like you have to do such things?..
Which of those is a lie?
Most of them. I've never had to fiddle with drivers/settings etc. Get the odd time where a game won't start until I've downloaded a driver update but that's not exactly hard. Besides, speaking of updates 99% of the time they are automatic anyways. Windows does most of them automatically, usually including driver updates. While Steam auto downloads any necessary game updates. PS3 only does that if you pay for PS+, while I'm not aware of either the PS4 or Xbox One being able to do that yet. So that 'frequent updates required' thing isn't really a thing. Updates are done much more in the background and you rarely notice them, same can't really be said for consoles. As for extra space... well you know a laptop could be used for PC gaming too right? Besides I expect the vast majority of people already have a computer + desk for other purposes anyways so it's not as if it's any more space than was being taken up by your old PC anyway.
Just a random example, Google The Witcher 3 PC issues drivers, you'll get plenty of hits.
I said frequent upgrades, not update. Updates are done in the background for the PS4 as well.
Gaming on a laptop is the most uncomfortable thing ever and you're still left with the final issue. So. I think all of them are true.
And gaming at a desk, cut out from your partner or family, who wants that? I know I did when I was a teenager.
Google The Witcher 3 Ps4 perfomance issues that took a number of patchs to fix. also well your add it google Assassins Creed Unity PS4 issues..
The Witcher 3 ran smooter on PC then it did on PS4.
Its also lies what your saying about frequent upgrades as you really dont need to upgrade that often unless you want to run everything at max settings (Something console gamers cant do anyways), Like i said i still have an old PC that can run everything thats out today with some settings turned down.
And who says you have to use a desk? if your using your PC for gaming why not just plug it into your tv and set steam big picture mode to boot at start up then its pretty much the same as a console once you plug a joypad in. If this is an issue why not get a steam link for when your gaming on your tv?
You have no excuse for the FUD campaign your running against PC on this site other then whatever kind of fear you have of pc gamers..