Let's just say for instance, all games as of right now we're available, to every single platform. Do you think the sales of Halo, God of War, or Zelda, would suddenly decrease overnight, now that anyone can download any of these games, on any of their plastic boxes? The only one who could be a fanboy with putting games on multiple platforms, are the ones who don't want it happening. They would rather act like a cult, and forbid those from playing their games, who don't represent their platform of choice.There is an advantage of games being exclusive to one platform. It only seems like actual fanboys have issues with exclusives. People make it seem like the only reason exclusives exist is to create fan wars. That is nonsensical. It pushes devs to make the system sellers. They have access to a whole bunch of tools and work with talent familiar with the platform. They don't have to optimize their game for multiple platforms. Time and time again, a lot of the best games I've played have been exclusives. And no, I'm not a fanboy. I don't even have a PlayStation anymore; I have a PC and Switch.