I'm also a bit of a multi platform player. I have a basic TSW2 package, with just a few routes, installed on PC and on my Laptop. Even the Laptop version runs quite smoothly, but I didn't play intensively on both systems. Of course you can enjoy maximum graphics settings and all train layers, but the most relaxed way to play the game is sitting on the couch with the controller in your hand. The PC means too much working atmosphere for me and serves more to be productive in your job than to play. But if you want to quickly check or update liveries in Creator's Club, the Laptop is very practical. As a loyal Playstation guy I'm also hoping to get a next gen PS5 soon, but there's no rush. My PS4 Pro still works fine. On one hand the 64GB DLC limit fix or content managing tool isn't finished yet, but well on the way. And on the other hand the lack of availability, as everyone knows. Perhaps Sony is currently developing a PS5 slim version, so that no one can complain about a toaster or refrigerator design anymore.