Think "better" is relative though to what you want.
I'm just glad the MS are embracing the PC. For the record I've been running the PC and Xbox games in parallel for the past year or so - certainly since MS started the initiative of porting Xbox games over to the platform at the same time as Xbox consoles. I can categorically state I have never had any performance issues all the experiences have been better on my PC - mostly running at 1080p@60fps. This is on what I would say a fairly modest PC - original generation Ryzen 5, 16GB RAM and an ageing Nvidia GTX970 - my machine build is over 2 years old. The GPU over 4.
So despite the FUD being spread on here about PC releases being a buggy mess. The reality for many is they aren't. Consoles also get multiple GB day one patches these days - they are effectively a PC in a different shaped box. Difference is all Xboxes are known spec hardware. Although we are getting multiple devices on console hardware anyway (S. X. Scarlett etc). The software libraries they all run on (Direct X IIRC) are standard though between PC and Xbox and this is what makes everything work.
There is simply little difference to choose from between Xbox and a PC these days and going forward. We can only gain as gamers because we get more ways to play, more people can join in to play no matter what their chosen device. The PC will *always* be technically superior to a console as its an user upgradable platform and it does more things along with playing games.
Personally for me I have a PC for doing work on which is also more than capable of running Xbox content well - my specs will probably exceed that of the next gen of Xbox hardware (OK may have to upgrade my GPU at some point). I get the same (or better) experience than playing on an Xbox console. This is why I won't be buying any more specific Xbox branded hardware because for me it is redundant. Indeed I no longer have any Xbox consoles now the X went a few weeks back as it was simply gathering dust. However still get to use the Xbox software and services. Whether that be in future through streaming on a mobile device, via a steaming based TV app or via the PC.
Everyone wins. More choice of where and how you want to play. MS get more money to make more great content. So lets not get bogged down in the details... PC and Xbox we are all the same it is one service.... just getting to the content in different ways.
Lets face it. The NG Xbox isn't hardware. It is a platform. How you get to the platform, the services and games is upto you. Never has their been so much choice.
The Times They Are A Changin'. For the greater good of the Xbox brand. Embrace and enjoy