I was a member of the PCMR for 20 years. I finally got tired of changing Windows' diapers, and moved to a PS4 a couple years ago, and I know that won't be a popular notion around here, but, frankly, it's been a huge relief. My main worry was getting used to the controller in games like Battlefield. It was surprisingly less hassle than I thought it would be, and the benefit of not having hackers in every match is even better than I imagined.
Anyway, games like this are designed for a controller. There's a time-dilation mechanic built into the game that feels natural, and makes the action work well with the turn-speed/accuracy limitations of the controller. Frankly, I'm surprised by this news. Moving it to the PC might screw up all the balance in this regard. RDR2 has the same sort of mechanic. If you've played the PC port, maybe there's a clue about how this will come off.
Acts 17:28 - "For in Him we live, and move, and have our being."