That's because your mind is focused on the game being very similar to a tabletop D&D session. My mind, however, is looking at these games NOT in any way as a D&D tabletop session but as a D&D video game. That's the key point. I don't want a tabletop simulator. I don't want the game to be anything like tabletop. If I want to play tabletop, I can go do that. In BG3, just as with BG1&2, want a VIDEO game. A single player video game. No table. No other players. Just me, playing a video game.
Then what are you doing wasting your time here? This game is going to be as close as we can get to tabletop gaming. You will be able to play it by yourself or with friends.