I currently have Resident Evil 2 (PC) and The Division 2 (Xbox One) pre-ordered. I'm hopeful that Anthem will be a big hit but I refuse to purchase until I see reviews. I'm also hopeful in The Last of Us Part 2, Death Stranding, and Cyberpunk release in 2019.
Wow, thanks everyone for the replies, opinions, and votes.
@mambogator: That's exactly me. I have played every pc game that I've purchased in the last 2-3 years with a controller because I mainly play single player on PC. I have my pc connected to both my monitor and tv in the living room. If I can't sit back and relax, I would rather not play.
60% of you so far say to buy a 1070. My fear is having to upgrade my mobo, cpu, and memory in another year because they all go hand in hand. Minimum system requirements for games keep going up. Battlefield 1 (i5-6600K), Gears 4 (i5-3470), and Forza Horizon 3 (i5-3570).
When I first purchased my 670 it was the same way. I had a Core 2 Q6600, 4GB DDR2, and a Geforce 8800GTX. I spent around $300 on the 670 and a year later had to spend around $400 on the mobo, memory, and cpu. I may get more time out of my current setup if I buy a 1070 but the upgrade is inevitable. The hope is to get the best bang for buck. Outside of buying games, If I buy a PS4 Pro for $400 and a Xbox Scorpio for $400-500 (if it's any higher they will continue to get slaughtered by Sony) that's $900 vs buying a 1070 for $400-$450 and having to upgrade other pc parts in a year or so.
Gaming is expensive. PC: more expensive hardware, cheaper software Console: less expensive hardware, more expensive software but the ability to share games
I have an Xbox One and a not so up to date PC. Fallout 4 and Rise of the Tomb Raider are both 1080p 30fps on Xbox One and have received really good review scores so far.
So the question is, do I buy Tomb Raider on Xbox One or Fallout 4 on PC or Xbox One. I love shooters, action/adventure games, and some RPGs. I couldn't finish The Witcher 3 on PC. The game lost my attention and the story took forever to progress after hours of trying to find Dandelion. Is Fallout easier to play and progress through the story than The Witcher?
My PC: Intel Core i5-3570K @ 3.4Ghz G.SKILL Ripjaws X 16GB DDR3 1866 PNY Geforce 670 2GB
@bigsocrates: Sorry for not including enough info. I enjoy playing mulitplayer with friends and family but most exclusives are for single player that I enjoy thoroughly. I play BF4 once a week and Titanfall once a month simply because there is no one else to play with and nothing else to play currently. Everything else I play is 3-4 days a week. I have been playing Splinter Cell Blacklist, Metro Last Light, and just finished Wolfenstein.
I'm looking forward to Destiny, Call of Duty, Rainbow Six Siege, The Division, Uncharted 4, Far Cry 4, and possibly the Order 1886.