I’m also very interested in the solution.
In GRUB as already stated above, there exists a global config where you can set the kernel parameters persistent.
However as the original thread starter I’m also facing the issue to make plymouth kernel parameters persistent if the kernel gets updated. For my understanding for each new kernel there gets a .conf file created in /boot/loaders/entries. However, if the kernel gets updated, a new conf file is created and set as default, which does not have the kernel options supplied. For me there does not exist a arch.conf file. If a I supply one and set it as default, after a new kernel update it gets unset as default.
Is there someone who can help?