That was my point. They change things depending on their market objectives. And that's normal in the videogame industry. The problem is that, normally, these changes doesn't affects the key decisions of the game ir order to give consistency to the trilogy. And if one of those change affects it directly, normally, the developers tell to their clients. That's why I'm saying that I cannot "forgive" them, Anyway, totally agree with youI suspect that even if an EE or GOTY edition was made, it would be more about marketing than fixing the game. While I would not mind being proven wrong about that, CDPR just might not have much reason (from their point of view) to change the game, especially after winning hundreds of awards.