They added unexpected free content they never promised for a single-player game everyone was very happy about, including a co-op mode with original environments/themes and a gameplay mechanic. It's nothing like your examples. I'm not applauding them for the patch alone, but rather the collective effort. You tried to present them as being worse than EA and Ubisoft in a way. Their performance/resolution patch is not worse than EA and Ubisoft's typical free upgrades, and the free content was unexpected and great.
GoT wasn't an unfinished piece of crap with a million broken promises. Cyberpunk was and still is.
No, I'm saying even companies like EA and Ubisoft are moving forward with this industry standard and am struggling as to why Sony isn't.
Cyberpunk is I agree. Biggest disaster last year. The point remains, they're not charging for the improvements made and the ones to come including the full next gen patch. Why should they?
You don't have to buy a new upgrade for your software on PC when you get a new CPU/GPU, why is the standard being set on the already software restricted console space?