Second, it varies, a few games I have on P.C. and PS4. And despite the extra power some games are a better experience on PS4 due to online community, and engine glitches damaging the game on the P.C. port.
My PS4 gets used quite a bit, certainly don't like how the controller fall apart at the back (why I use an adaptor for the Pro Switch on PS4) and considering the PS5 will fix loading times and a few games framerate (I don't get the love for Bloodborne, framerate is horrible) I see little reason to go back.
The PS4 has a lot of great games in its own right. Has Monster Hunter 5 with a lot of the dedicated player-base on it over the other ports. But clearly most these games favored cosmetics over function, and that is why I've been double dipping more than I care to admit.
Switch also at times has favored cosmetics over function, but I feel it's less frequent and due to the portability makes the hardware more accessible, and user friendly.
If I had to mention one game on both PS4 and P.C. The Evil Within 2 really does benefit. Has some noticeable pop-ins and other hiccups on PS4