Not to sound like a jerk, but haven't you decided not to support Sega multiple times now? First it's because the Story Mode is too hard, then it's because leveling is too much of a bore, than it's because you aren't getting drops, and now it's because we might have to wait a month or two for the expansion.
That, and your constant comparisons to how XIV does "soooo much better", perhaps PSO2 simply isn't for you? Yes, the launch for PSO2 was really friggen bad, but that's almost entirely planted on Microsoft's feet due to their terrible store front.
And we didn't have to wait weeks to know the game was coming to the PC. It was announced literally in the E3 Microsoft show a year ago that the game was coming to both Xbox One and PC. The only thing we had to wait on was a release date beyond sometime in spring.
Look, it sucks that PC players have to wait longer to play console ports. I would love to play Nioh 2 right now, but I can't, because it's currently a PS4 exclusive. But I'm not going to throw my arms up in rage and scream at Team Ninja and Sony for it. I'm going to simply wait for December, when I can play the game on my PC at 60 FPS.
Having to wait a little while isn't the end of the world. We don't even know how the market economy is going to work in NG. For all we know, the new game could incorporate more soulbound gear, making buying gear off Personal Shops less important, and instead making it so that the best gear can only be obtained by actually playing the game. And even if it does end up like a Nemesis situation with PSO2 is right now - it'd be for a single content cycle's worth of gear. By the time the next major content update drops, we'd all be on equal footing, and it wouldn't matter anyways.
We also still have no idea if the PC version is going to be delayed at launch either. But if it is - it's literally not the end of the world. As I said before - I waited six months to play MHW on the PC. Did it suck to have to wait, yes, of course it did. But the end result was worth it. Obviously that might be different with NG, and we could end up with a terrible launch again. But we could also get the game the same day as the Xbox One, and still end up with a terrible launch.
The only thing delaying the game is going to do is keep you from playing it for a few months.