Thats the sad thing: most problems have been solved, or at least workarounded by modders. Which means that either a) they didnt test it enough, or b) they didnt care enough, to make a a game which faults are easily and quickly addressed by someone with enough free time and limited access to the games resources.
Given the amouny of money spent on it, and still seeing bad design, ita because the game is being badly designed, or armagan is a dictator only wanting his own personal vision of the game, not with creative freedom, but rather with narrow minded thought processes (i use armagan as a general term for the overarching director of the project).
Or TW has paid a lot of money to Tom Howard to learn how to develop a game with bethesda, by making a barebones platform and leaving it up to the creative coders with free time to actually develop, test and incorporate new features into the game.
I still like the game very much, and being removed from it by 2 years has greatly improved my perception of it, but i cant help but notice those flaws kentucky mentions,both in and around the game. We get the scope. Magnitude and complexity of the game are certainly overwhelming, but some flaws are really unforgivable. They can stoll fix most everything, but will they? And even IF they do, it doesnt erase these greedy and counterintuitive choices. Thats the big problem with market mentality: its all about short term profits over everything else, and if the company doesnt achieve that, they risk losing money and everything. Its profit for the sake of.profit for the sake of profit with the threat of bankruptcy of they fail to profit more than the previous quarter. Its basocally a pyramod scheme that ends up with lobbying for coal power in spite of rising temps and sea levels. Its profit just releasing a half-baked game for consoles to get ths big christmas sales. In spite of alienating the community around it, harming the games and the companys image and loyalty by getting a bit more of sales. I dunno, tw may be having financial troubles,.or fears it because they signed contracts with sony and ms, but it doesnt change the fact that focusing on these short term profits.now harms the game immesurably.
Its a corporate culture of breeding such behaviour more and more. And art, games and society are harmed because of it, under that guise of magical thinking that "the market will regulate itself" and "theyll just fix it and make it better, bro, have patience"