This really does seem to be the 'Machines taking our jawbs!' of the gaming generation.
Listen, guys, I know it sucks, but we're not the majority anymore. PC sales are utterly dwarfed by console sales, and games are only getting more and more expensive to develop. If you want games to come out, publishers and developers have to go where the money is, and right now, that isn't us.
One part piracy, one part underpowered notebooks and one part shitty configuration issues makes the PC a difficult platform to root for, mainly because the base that's willing to not only buy the games, but also has a rig expensive enough to even run the game in becoming increasingly small.
PC gaming will never die out, as long as there's indy developers and unrestricted development, there will be PC games. However, we're not the biggest fish in the ocean anymore, and we probably won't be again for a long, long time. So either suck it up and adapt, or stop playing fantastic new games on a regular basis, it's your call.