Have they not refunded all who wished to be refunded? Have they not pledged to fix the problems and hammer the game into something people don't have to rationalize? I'd say they have, on both counts. The lawyers will second-guess this thing to death in order to try and weasel a settlement out of CDPR--for themselves only, of course. But the fact is that grown adults with expendable incomes should understand the risk and the folly of pre-ordering software by paying for it before they know if they will even like the game that finally ships. There is no reason, apart from a big discount, to pre-order any game at any time. Interesting to note just how few pre-orders provide any discounts at all--usually it's just junk stuff that's useless anywhere except in the game, and often not even useful in the game!
"Act in haste; repent at leisure," etc. Caveat Emptor--buyer beware
. "Look before you leap," etc. Some lessons never go out of style, imo. One of my favorites: "Beware of lawyers bearing gifts"...;)
It is well known that I cannot err--and so, if you should happen across an error in anything I have written you can be absolutely sure that *I* did not write it!...;)