Famous YouTuber Jack ‘Jackfrags’ Mason recently showed the greatest advantages of playing Warzone on a PC over a console.
The debate between the PC and consoles has been raging for some time, and each side has its own advantages.
In recent years, the barriers between the two have started to fall with the advent of cross-platform in some games like Warzone.
For PC gamers, the main complaint is the aim assist controller players can have, while console players wish they could increase their field of view to align with PC players. However, as Jackfrags shows, there are a few more advantages on PC.
In his video of March 14, the famous youtuber showed some of the biggest benefits that PC gamers have. And one of its main selling points has been the different graphics options available to PC gamers.
Thanks to these options, the infamous Roze skin, which annoys players on both sides, becomes quite easy to see if you play with certain parameters. Likewise, the lack of a FOV slider on the console means that you can’t see enemies in your peripheral vision, whereas you can on the PC.
« When you can change the look of the PC game so much and highlight those skins, you’ll be shocked and wonder if it’s really that fair. »Declared the YouTuber.
While the solution for some console gamers is to disable the cross-play setting, that causes problems as well. The parts are more difficult to complete and that can become a big problem.
However, it seems quite legitimate for a PC gamer to have advantages over a console gamer in terms of the investment that a PC may require to play games like Warzone under optimal conditions. Regardless, the debate between PC and consoles will always be at the center of discussions for many years to come.
When it comes to fixing some issues, Youtubeur says the task is up to the Warzone developers, especially when it comes to in-game cosmetics like Roze’s extremely troublesome skin.
It remains to be seen if there will be any changes down the road, but as Jackfrags says, the PC is way ahead of consoles for now.