Originally Posted by amalik
I hate CS:GO.
I play CS 1.6 at 144fps on 144hz monitor for the sheer game experience of what I think is the best FPS ever made. Play it for a few minutes and you'll see what I mean.
Graphics suck on it, but gameplay is golden. So, for the sake of the graphics, you'll have to pair it with a more modern game like BF etc on the side or CS:GO if you can stomach it.
Anyway, even if some of those console games are 4k@60fps, still pretty hard to do on PC without probably two 1080 ti's, much more expensive than console. or whatever, a single 1080ti but with turned down settings.
I like shooting people in games, so I'm not generally too picky, plus it was cheap.
I enjoy seeing what my hardware can do with graphics, so I generally don't tend to go too far back in gaming history. There are a few exceptions to that though, like games that I really enjoyed when I was trying to play games on my Dad's old non-gaming oriented PC - Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II and Jedi Academy are the main ones that come to mind.
I may give CS a shot, if I can get it for a reasonable price....
It seems like 4k@60fps is challenging, no matter what the platform is. Though I'm fairly certain that it will be fully achieved on PC first, then the tech adapted to consoles. Hehehe....