I've got the Switch version and I'm not even mad. How often do you see a company with the integrity to own up to things this quickly and commit to actually getting things right, right away? And being this transparent about their process?
Damage control is a common practice. They knew about the state of their game, but launched it anyway.
Integrity would be something along the lines of "We prioritized other platforms over Switch, so the version for Nintendo's console is nowhere near ready to launch. It will arrive a few months later, but as compensation for the delay the paid DLC will be included at no extra cost for Switch owners."
Releasing a faulty game and then promising to improve it to the state it should have launched in is no reason for gratitude.
Fair enough. Perhaps I've let my standards down after I've seen how Bethesda has handled things. And EA. Releasing completely unfinished games and then not fixing them, or promising to fix them and breaking them more, or taking months to add basic content like NPCs, or promising some sort of "roadmap" of content that was basically a plan to finish the game, then not even sticking to that. Meanwhile Bloodstained just has its fair share of bugs, and they're working on it straight away. But I suppose I should wait until they actually fix it before I say anything, and see how long it takes them to at that. As a backer, I got to see the emails they put out about the various problems throughout development, and they would tell us what their plan was to fix it, and usually they'd report back to us with progress. Like when the first trailer came out and people were ripping it a new one because it looked like shit, they screenshotted some of the criticism in the emails, saying, yeah, we see what you've been saying, and agree, we hired these guys to help, we'll get it dealt with, and then a few weeks later they were showing us the screenshots of the improvements they'd made. So I have some faith in these guys built up throughout my process with them as a backer. Unlike some of the other things I've backed, like Yooka Laylee, which I massively regret backing now. Got nothing from Playtonic but empty PR nonsense, and didn't even get my copy of the game.