If you want to go with quality all the way, the only option you'll look at would be PC completely since it provides those options (like 4K resolution @ 60+ FPS). HOWEVER, hardware costs for a high-end gaming PC to crank up all quality settings to their maximum will cost you around $1500 - $2000 & will typically have hardware upgrade costs around $500 every 2 years to maintain the status quo.
The other downside with PC gaming is that you don't get the "Just Works" perk that consoles have because of all the various PC configurations that the developers are unable to test (due to time, costs & availability of components) beyond the most common options. Consoles typically only have like 3 hardware variations (like the original XBox One, One S & One X... as a practical example) at the most to content with, storage space not withstanding (as it's not considered a critical spec for game performance), which makes it easier for developers to optimize games for consoles.
If you want simplicity, without all the tweaking & troubleshooting, you'll want to stick with the consoles because of that "Just Works" factor. You don't get a choice on quality options, but you know it'll work at a good framerate with minimal issues.
Hope this helps!