So, in recent times, there have been a few updates in games that have changed games for me in such a way it has either annoyed me or in the case of one of them put me off it. With ongoing changes being able to be made to games for the same of DLC sales, add ons or balancing, there is always going to be a few hit and misses, right?
My examples are:
Tekken 7 - Most recent 1.03 update, simple update, online improvements update colour palette in customisation to correct 'blacks'. "Blacks?..." I thought, "what was wrong with... oh, you mean pure black". See I had created outfits using black a lot and in the past week I'd found that with the Dragonov skeleton costume you could apply black to both parts of it essentially making him look like a perfect silhouette. It was amazing. Apparently, they didn't like this and have removed it but what they did was remove black from customisation. Now all blacks are dark grey, so you had a character with black hair? not anymore. Customisation need fixing overall, as when you go to a bright colour, press to change to advance palette, it washes the colour out and it more pastal like but alas. This is a small issue.
Battlefield 1 - Around the time for the first DLC after month of enjoyable play they update the game. Some of the updates graphically put me off the game. Suddenly lighting effects were huge and sometimes it was hard to see anything because of the bright sun. When you were low health your character had the red blood effect and greyed out the screen and they enhanced this making it hard to see who you were shooting when low health. Changes the game didn't need but affected my gameplay none the less.
Black Ops 3 - the worse as in a way it was a prolonged thing. The addition of supply crates weapons and melee weapons changed the game. Before hand it was a fun arcade shooter with silly powers. Then they started adding extras for the sake of youtubers doing box openings and what we got were lobbies full of people running around like idiots with boxing gloves one shotting you... with a boxing glove. i know it wasn't serious game anyway but it took a large amount of fun i had for the game out of it.
There probably obviously worse examples you can think of when updates actually broke games but I'm talking more personal things, what are your's?