As I have said elsewhere, to me Baldur's Gate evokes more of general D&D game than the specific type of game it is. When I heard BG3, I didn't of the game itself. I thought of D&D. Baldur's Gate has become something of a flagship product that represents D&D as a whole, not so much the specific game. Probably because, like we're discussing in another thread, we came to the same game from different backgrounds.
I'm sure it sucks for you that the game is TB. But, as the saying goes, can't please everybody.