When you see it’s games in 4K(or close to it for some titles) with added effects or enhanced textures, etc… there truly is no going back. And… try to even come close to building a PC, especially now, anywhere near its price. This idea that it needs exclusives to be viable, is a farce. The games do look that much better and the framerates also tend to be a lot more stable. Especially, as said above, if you have a 4K set. Though, even if you have a 1080p TV, you are in for a treat. As many games either give you 60fps at 1080p or supersample and give you added enhancements on top of that.
Either way, if you are a gamer who wants the best console visuals, and don’t want to spend the Xs price for just a videocard that comes close to it now(thank you miners), there isn’t a better way to turn and many of the newest games are targeting the high end PC or X first and scaling back for lesser systems. Kind of like when the PS4 and One launched and they were still making games for the 360 and PS3. Using the PS4 and One as the leads for some games and scaling back for the 360 and PS3. Though, some games did the opposite, but still took advantage of the newer systems power.