Actually I am not incorrect, you have just chosen to inject your own optimistic interpretation of the inevitable outcome. The only ending where there is no obvious or suggested death is where V goes with Alt Cunningham and gives his/her body to Johnny who rides off into the sunset on the bus. Were V becomes the Legend of the Afterlife and attempts the last job in space for Mr. Blue Eyes his spacesuit ruptures in EVA while approaching the orbital casino and while the scene goes black death is inevitable. In the others Alt Cunningham clearly tells him that she did not account for the human body element in the disentanglement and he has little time and inevitably will die. While there is no actual death scene I doubt the story will be like a Marvel Comic where the Hero just keeps coming back to life..
The logical conclusion is that V would not be carrying all his/her vehicles, weapons and inventory along with him as he drives off into the sunset on the Panzer with Panam. You of course can believe whatever ending suits you.
there is a difference between saying something died(past tense) and something may die in 6 months.
I am not being optimistic, I am stating the actual state the game leaves us in. If I said V will live past 6 months, that would be optimistic.
say V is probably dead in 6 months if you want to be pessimistic. Not V died in 3 endings which is literally false.
that said, V's possible future death is irrelevant to the question of more content anyway. this game took place over 3 weeks. 6 months is more than enough time for an adventure.
also, The space suit doesn't rupture, that is gaseous propulsion.