So 4K gaming is around the corner for consoles, and if you're upgrading your PC over the next 12 months then playing at 4K is a very distinct possibility.
Question is: do you really care?
I've often found that it's more intriguing to go back and play older games in 4K — like, say, DmC: Devil May Cry or the Mass Effect series — rather than trying to see what you can play right now in 4K. A lot of newer releases haven't had a lengthy cycle of post-release optimisations, after all.
Performance is one question mark that stops people from playing in 4K. But, weirdly, I've also come across another one: my mouse.
A side effect of playing games in 4K natively, at least on PC, has been the effect on my mouse. After almost three decades of gaming, you get used to the way certain things respond. It's why I still use 4:3 resolutions for Counter-Strike and Battlefield, even though I play every other game at 1080p.
So I'm curious. Where are you with 4K gaming right now? The industry will undoubtedly adopt it as a standard within the next 2 to 3 years; 4K/60fps will probably be the standard for whenever the next generation of consoles lands. But are you ready to migrate right now? Or would you prefer other benefits first?