Ok guys, seriously?
Give them some -Yoinking!- TIME to do their work. Stop continuously -Yoinking!- about the same thing over and over. THEY GET IT. and they are probably sorting things out for the next build.
STOP BEING -Yoinks!- AND LEARN PATIENCE. it is a very rare virtue now days it seems. especially with the younger generations and their understanding that information is mere thumb-taps away.
Wait wait wait wait wait. Hold up.
"Give them some -Yoinking!- TIME to do their work"
You mean the 3 years between 2012 and 2015 wasn't enough? and if they needed more time to finish their work don't you think delaying the game would have been the best course of action? Let's be honest, they didn't take their time taking our money, why should we take our time to get the product we paid for?.
Fixing and adding content to a game AFTER release will never be as effective as doing the work pre-release. MCC is a prime example of how badly releasing a game before it is ready, hoping you can fix it later, is bad for the game and for the fans. They absolutely killed the game right off. 343i spent more dev time on reskinned armours than they have gametypes and game features. Skins do not extend the life of a game. gametypes and game features do!. They've spent more time designing a system to take your money than they have giving the game as much variety and replay value.
As a gamer of the older generation I ask just one thing. Advertise and sell me a product that is finished. If there are bugs, fix them. If it's light on content, don't expect me to play for very longer, or even consider your games worth their value. If you want to add in extras after the game is released, fine, but only as long as the base game had enough content in the first place. Personally I'd rather see a complete game get life extending paid DLC than a content light game get features previously found in the base game, added in for "free".