If anything it is more true than ever. Both consoles lost exclusives to PC so frequently that the term "console-exclusive" has become more of a thing than it has ever been. More people are demanding their games be exactly how they want them technically, whether that is graphically pleasant or maximum performance. Entry level PC gaming is almost half the up-front cost that it was at the start of the 7th Generation, with much more to offer in terms of game sale via Steam and GOG. With kick-starter projects, great games like Pillars of Eternity are becoming popular PC exclusives, and free-to-play games like Path of Exile are actually great experiences. Consoles might be getting a lot of PC only features, but they are still not as versatile in said features. Video recording and editing as well as streaming services are just much more diverse and give you many more options on PC. Regardless of the state of console gaming, PC gaming has been the best it ever has in terms of features, content, price, and value. Arguably I'd say there were better exclusive content in the early to mid 2000's, but when all you care about are games and having the best experiences with said games, why does exclusivity matter so much?