Value for money
The favorite argument of PC supremacists is the one about hardware, and to make it, you need just four words: 60 fps at 4K – the stuff of dreams, which the console pleb can only dream about in AAAs.
However, it's convenient to miss the fact that hardware prices have reached such levels in recent years that getting a reasonably future-proof PC is an exorbitant investment. Sure, you can get a decent PC that will cope with all modern games for half the price, but after two years, it will cry "upgrade," requiring compromises in the graphics departament.
Meanwhile, PlayStation 5 – according to analysts – should cost about 500 bucks at launch. So, for the price of an average PC, you get a console that will easily run the newest games in 4K, with decent level of detail. Admittedly, you can probably forget 60 frames-per-second and say "hi" to 30, but when it comes to value for money, PS5 can have any PC for breakfast.