Yeah, but it essentially devalues the PS Plus edition to demo status
Which is basically what it is in the first place. It's a big demo with the ability to play with other people using the full version and allowing you to get a Platinum Trophy as well. The communication on what the PS+ edition was supposed to be was bad back when Driveclub was supposed to be a launch title. I never honestly expected "most of the content" to be available to me for free and then having to pay $60 for the small remainder. That would have absolutely murdered the game's sales unless it was outrageously good. Even then the sales wouldn't be nearly as much. The problem, outside of bad communication, is that most people didn't even think. They just took something and ran with it like kids with scissors. Now someone got stabbed and they're blaming it on the company who made the scissors and didn't make them idiot proof even though they should have known better.