But they’ve already stated they’re reviewing the forums and reddit etc...
The last two updates have been pretty "minor" in terms of actual content or changes and I would expect that to be addressed at some point. I could be wrong of course, and I would certainly prefer if Larian were more open with discussing roadmaps, plans, etc... but that’s the kind of stuff I expect after a month or so of gathering and internalising, rather than a rash "yes we’ll fix everything" comment. I know that’s not what you are after Tuco either, but some on these boards are at least coming across as rather quite pissed off after what has been merely a couple of weeks since release In a still tricky work environment.
Sometimes no news is good news. No they haven’t stated what they intend to fix, they also haven’t stated they won’t fix some of the larger topics in here either. Think for now we should accept the updates as what they are, upgrades whilst they work on the big stuff and see what happens a little later down the line.
But hey that’s just me.
I guess we'll see either way. I want to bring up the quote again"74.85% of you stood with the Tieflings, and 25.15% of you sided with Minthara. Good outweighs evil, it seems." this quote can mean one of two things, both are kinda bad: 1. Larian is giving us the finger - they know we know we didn't like the evil route because no one (including me) can shut up about it, and want to show us they don't care 2. They have no idea - no higher-up of Larian ever laid eyes on any forum that discusses this game. Even Reddit, that is the most pro bg3 online right now, has posts criticizing the evil route that doesn't get downvoted as much as other criticism against the game. If Larian really has no idea we think so poorly about this story bit, it makes sense they will draw the wrong conclusions if they rely only on game statistics. And if that's the case, it just shows how limited this approach is in trying to figure out how to move forward.
the only other option I can think of which is much more optimistic is that Larian is simply focusing on bug fixes polishing the current experience. But if that's true, what about the rest of the game? does Larian plan to move forward and continue writing the next bits of the story without making sure that what they have now works? by the by, why asking the players to try the evil route in the first place if you are not interested in making any changes?