Sorry, I am not a PC gamer. Never have, never will be. I find that PC games require too much maintenance and they are DRMed to hell. Plus, from my understanding, you can't sell a PC game, so if you have the game, you are stuck with it and the loss of money forever. With a console game, there is no checking for viruses, no having to make sure my settings are fully optimized to run the game, no slow downs because it has to be connected to the internet to play, I can sell it if I don't like it, it is always plugged in to my TV, etc. Plus, I know there are a lot that speak about graphics, but I see no difference between the graphics of a PS4 to PC game. Oh, and PC games don't get the Sony games, which are some of my favorite franchises out there.
If you buy the game from a store you'll most likely end up with just one DRM or none, same as if you use digital distribution like steam. Steam is like your console library and store, idk what they are called. You have your friends there and all the stuff, so is the same experience as consoles, you can even use a controller for it. I have never been unable to play a game on PC due to DRM, some may encounter errors but basically people just make too much drama out of it.
Selling games, what for? You already get them a bit cheaper than consoles, so is just less time consuming trying to sell it after you've played it, but if you have it on your digital library it'll always be there if you feel you want to play it again, just re-download it. Loss of money forever? Since when buying things for your entertainment is loss of money forever?! You just used the money for a game experience, and that's not loss, unless you buy the game on hype or faulty and you end up disappointed.
That's why PC gamers can "try ("demo")" games before purchasing them, that will enable them to test their PCs and how well the game is optimized, not forgetting about reviews and video gameplay you can watch. So, when you finally get to buy it, you have at least eliminated some of the annoying chances of being disappointed with the game.
Sony and Xbox exclusives? More than any time before they'll end up being multi platform from now on, and even if they don't we have our own blackjack and hookers.
Don't forget you have that since you have a gaming PC, you can also watch movies, series, youtube and all of the internet can give you. You can work on PCs and still being able to fully game on it.
In conclusion, nowadays PC experience and the console experience are similar now more than ever before, with the gaming and all the media entertainment, so it just gets to a point where what you want is simply a matter of taste. Don't forget you are not making any money of out this, you're not getting rich, so internet war for who has the better system? The company wins mostly, and as a secondary effect you'll be getting a better experience with time, but don't forget about the stress of having wars on the internet where you end up upset and annoyed. Just f...ing enjoy what you prefer.