Look through any PC gaming forum and you will inevitably find a fair number of people complaining about how PC games are being "dumbed down" for the console crowd. What you should take away from that observation are two things:
1. Those people are the hot rodders, that have very nice PCs and want (obviously) games that can take advantage of their expensive investment. The trouble is that game developers cannot focus on a niche crowd, they have to expend their expensive resources satisfying the largest audience. Which leads to #2...
2. Because developers aren't generally coding for the bleeding edge capabilites of $600 cards, PC games are already capable of being played on the newest laptops with decent settings. Note that I did not say "highest" settings, which is where all of us want to live...I said "decent" settings. The gaming capabilities of a Sandy Bridge laptop are impressive when you compare to what a laptop could do 10, or even 5, years ago. Extrapolate another 10 years from now. The raw power in a 2021-era "laptop" (or whatever form factor is dominant in 10 years) will provide exceptional gaming capabilities. Sure, we die-hards may complain that it's not in 8000x4500 resolution, or doesn't use super tessefractialationary hypergons, or volumasstric smoke simulation, or whatever the largely pointless graphics issue rules the day that year. But 99.9% of the world will not care...they will happily be playing games that look pretty frickin sweet on their commodity latop/tablet/whatever.
I do truly believe the PC era is in its twilight. It has a while to go yet, and it's not like something good is just going to be taken away from us overnight. It will be gradually replaced by other form factors, and after a while people will forget that we even used to be bound to a "desktop PC". It's not crazy. Think telephone booths. These things were just always there...it was simply impossible that they would not be there...until they weren't. (I'll bet there are a lot of you young'uns on these forums that have never actually even seen a telephone booth!)
Kinda like how bioware games are a mockery of their early games. Or how you cant find an RPG that doesnt have ! over NPC heads, or tell you every step of every quest.
Or how about the fact that games keep getting redesigned to broaden its appeal. Thats fancy speak for we made it so easy that an 8 year old can beat it with his eyes closed, in about 4 hours just incase his attention span is limited.