It definitely feels like PC has become "neutral ground" in the gaming industry. You're not really taking away sales or business from your console because majority of those who buy a console either 1) can't afford a gaming PC 2) don't want to deal with the hassle of troubleshooting when needed and prefer a plug-n-play option or 3) that's just where their friends are and are comfortable with that ecosystem and love the console exclusive games.
I personally prefer console gaming myself, especially with Nintendo. I never want to see them lose their ability to work independently without needing to deal with Microsoft, Sony, or anybody else.
A big part of this is because when it comes to computing, I am an avowed Mac user. I will never go back to Windows.