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To be fair, the problems Cyberpunk faced are of a very different calibre to what GT7 faces.God of War is a different game being developed by a different studio whom don't have a history of lengthy delays.
Do you have proof or a source suggesting 15 people are working on it? PD employ around 300 people, Gran Turismo is the only title they develop, the likelihood of only 15/300 people working on the only game they develop, is zero. So yes, it's a deluded viewpoint.
It's half a year since the release of a game that clearly launched unfinished. Look at what history tells us about games that launch that way, they take time to fix, Cyberpunk is a prime example of this, wasnt fixed overnight, wasnt fixed in 6 months. We're also basing expectations on personal assumptions around something we have no idea about. We don't know how easy or difficult it is to do things development wise with this game.
Most complaints that GT7 face can be fixed in a single patch in a couple weeks dev time. Increasing payouts offline and online and adding missions and events are not hard things to do. At all.
If they focused on improving things like that for a month and even if Kaz then said "There will be no new cars this update, but we are focusing on providing an improved singleplayer and online experience to our players" I can guarantee most people will be quite excited, because that is what the game truly needs. Not 2 years worth of improvements like Cyberpunk. 1 month of someone giving the game the care it needs, where it needs it.