Sure, TW3 was released in much better technical state, I'm not arguing otherwise. The way they approached CP2077 marketing was wrong and I said that long ago:To be fair, TW3 didn't have guards spawn from nowhere anywhere you were in the game world and try to blindly kill you if you accidently bumped a pedestrian whilst galloping about on Roach either. Let's talk immersion in a dystopian worl..... Oh nevermind....
I'm not saying the Bloomberg write-up has any accuracy to it. In the current times "reporting" deals less with facts and more with pushing agendas. It's not a stretch to assume incompetence is involved somewhere along the chain though. Otherwise there wouldn't be an official apology and a game outright pulled from specific hardware platforms.
All I'm saying is that seeing feature x, y, or z in a demo has never been a guarantee for seeing it in the game, so people should keep their expectations in check. Don't fall for the hype, especially when giant disclaimer "not representative of the final product" is right in front of your eyes. Not because developers are crooked, lazy or incompetent but because things not always go as planned and they can't find the way to implement every feature in a seamless way.