PnP hasnt really been a feature of consoles for awhile now. You have to inevitably wait for a system update if its been awhile since you played, then you have to wait for the game to install, then you have to wait for updates to download and install. On my PS4 any new game was an hour long wait before I could play it. And if your game is multiplayer, no this is not optional, you MUST be fully updated to play online.I understand what he is saying though. Even playing Dragon Age Origins at 27" 1440p high refresh the other day, the immersion was much better than it was when experiencing it on console. and that game is ancient...
that being said, consoles have their benefit too. Plug n Play being a nice feature imo. the older I get the more frustrated I get with having 50 different settings to tinker with for optimum frames for every single game I play. though having experience in this now usually the culprit is shadows and ambient occlusion... which I usually take from high or ultra down to low or medium. that seems to be the case across the board really. so it doesn't take me to long but eh
Then when you got in, the game was a stuttery sub 30FPS mess. Some games are worse then others (looking at you just cause 3) but most games with lots fo action have slowdown issues on console. And it's REALLY noticeable.
PC may have settings to tinker with, but you GET those settings. On console you get whatever sub par performance the devs decide is enough for you.