This kind of statement always makes me smirk. Is there ever a product that is launched that doesn't have glitches? Vehicles, electronics, insurance,... milk?
Unfortunately the "ready-ness" of a game for the market isn't tied to a lack of bugs. It is a financial decision.
Who knows how those decisions are made inside of a company by a mix of accountants, co-investors, board of directors, etc. Does the director of game development really get to make the decision on his/her own that a game is ready for market? No. From what I know and understand of programming an the business world... it is a wonder to me that anything gets accomplished.
Game production is like wind-surfing in a hurricane with an accountant on the board with you.
Hey everyone, I'm Zulu. Been a big fan of ghost recon since future soldier and I actually wanted to start my own gaming clan. I have a lot of respect for the G3ts, azteiks, and HVT. Regardless of some of those laggy connections lol. The biggest focus of the clan is playing tactical shooters like Wildlands, RB6 Siege, MW, Breakpoint, and etc. Ready or Not, Escape from tarkov, and WW3 are also on the list but haven't made it to console yet. The clan will be on xbox one and the first gamer tags after my own will be Alpha, Charlie, Omega. Be mature and have fun in the clan. Not accepting hardcore trolls or toxic gamers.
The timeline for Breakpoint was really short, especially if you compare it to previous timelines - it just came out too quick on the heels of Wildlands.
So yeh, a bit more time spent on getting BP ready would certainly have help reduce these silly bugs, which would have been one less thing for people to get annoyed about.