The i7 does indeed help VR performance. I swapped out a haswell i5 (4670) for a i7 (4690k) on the same board a few weeks ago and it made a big improvement for VR. I'm curious too if this CPU would make a noticeable difference again in VR compared to to my current setup with a 1080 Ti.
Easiest environment?? Have you even used Steam, Origin, GOG, etc? They're literally click and install. Nvidia drivers...click and install. Pretty much everything that you need to game today is one click. People that have never tried to use a PC to game (properly) are the only ones scared of it.
Want to use your PC on a TV? Use an HDMI cable or a steam link.
Want to use your Xbox or PS4 controller? Go right ahead, they're compatible.
Want to play a 4k title at 60fps on your TV? Sure aren't doing that with a console. Most PCs can't do a steady 60FPS at 4k.
I am on PC and Agree with you. But I know people who do not understand anything about computers, the OS, their configuration, updating drivers, and so on. It is for them more easy with a console and more interesting. Also, it takes a recent configuration on PC to do 4k adequately. We will be able to compare the differences with the Xbox X when it comes out and see what investments are needed to have a PC with the same strength.
I guess my point is, a lot of people have a normal desktop that with $500 invested in would have "a powerful PC."
"graphics are really good, sounds are great"
The review makes clear that a compelling story is missing. Nice graphics and sound are nice, but story gives motivation and depth. This game doesn't have it. In addition, the whole premise of the game embodies US imperialism and yet it censors any criticism or resistance to it.
Thanks for the tip dude. Ill give that a try, Im still new to all the features and how 4K works on what you dont need on anymore.