- Nov 2, 2017
This has nothing to do with the difficulty of a game, you're talking hardware. Should I play all my PC ports using an Xbox controller because that's how they were designed? I have a 1080ti and ultrawidescreen monitor at home, should I not hack Ace Combat 7 so I can take advantage of that? Not of this is intrinsically changing the game itself.the controls are part of the creative vision of the developers.
It's the things that players will interact with at 1st.
Some people argue that motion aiming (for example) ALWAYS makes any kind of shooting mechanic on consoles better for example.
Some developers will bend their visions to popular demand
The thing is if you wanted the 'full initial' creative version of the games on Switch, it was the game without motion controls or as we call it the inferior version.
Also on pc, sometimes this isn't added at all by the developers.
Look at Dark Souls on PC, the creative vision apparently included 30fps with weird framepacing and all kinds of artifact.
You could argue that it is different when it really isn't, these kinds of enhancements require additional work from the developers that is no necessarily easier to implement than a difficulty setting.
Look, if you want to hack Sekiro to make it easier, that's on you, you could do that on PC. It's not up to the developer if they choose not to.