So... are you going to start naming cases when they've mass deceived paying customers, partners, investors and journalists all at once and goaded people into buying a game that's not only technically far from finished, but also lacks a lot of widely advertised and publicised features or are you just going to go with the same false equivalences that hold water no better than a fishnet? 'cause let me tell you, lootboxes and microtransactions? Yeah, those suck on toast. Paid DLCs that were cut from the game? Malicious as hell. But people usually know about those upfront. I knew about microtransactions in Middle-Earth: Shadow of War from the get go and thus didn't buy it until they were removed from the game. I knew Mass Effect 3 had a DLC which was blatantly and crudely cut from the main game. In both cases I made my indignation clear. Also? Both of those games actually goddamn functioned (even if ME3 has more issues than a newsstand). If you're gonna argue and pretend having some unwanted black pepper on your steak (that's put in there so you'd buy more drinks at the bar) is the same as getting only a half of said steak, and said half is goddamn raw, then I don't know if you even deserve to ever see reason.
P.S. On a side note, I love how you specifically denote that paid DLCs that are just cut content are bad, because CDPR's "16 week of DLCs" promo was just that - cut content. But ever heard of the phrase "if you get something for free, the sold commodity is you?" Yeah. They weren't just giving them for free out of the kindness of their hearts, it was a calculated PR move intended to earn through your loyalty even as they developed actually expansion packs to sell for actual money... and pretended they solved a glaring issue in a certain version of the game even though anyone who played it for longer than two minutes could instantly tell they didn't. CDPR did it because they wanted you to see them as the good guys and secure your loyalty at little expense to themselves; a move that, sadly, seems to have succeded. A pity a lot of people still believe that CDPR are these dashing good guys that are the sole ray of sunshine in the sky clouded with fumes from corporate bullshit and not just the same old corporation, but with better PR and have been that same old corporation for at least half a friggin' decade. TANSTAAFL, dude. TANSTAAFL.
Yeah... right, it's not like CDPR isn't translating all of their games into multiple languages not even supported by bigger studios (costs money), it's not like they're patching their games far more often than any other major studio, it's not like they sell you standard editions with goodies for half the price every other studio would charge you (don't get me started on collector's edition, the W3 one I own is worth two collectors edition of other developers), it's not like they sell real expansion packs for half the price any other major studio would charge you. And all of that without any trace of microtransaction, and on a DRM free platform.
Stop being hateful on irrelevant points, it's becoming embarassing seeing people trashing everything about CDPR over unrelated issues. You might have issues with the game, whatever. But trashing everything the studio ever did doesn't help with anything except sounding like a huge crybaby. I guess it's standard now : you either love or hate, no middle grounds. Social media made sure of that.