Spend enough time around video games, and before too long there's one excuse that you'll hear without fail.
It's the double-edged sword of the always-online nature of the industry. Because developers can push out patches without the hassle of dealing with physical media, the state of a product at launch is almost something to be taken with a grain of salt.
And so whenever something launches in a sub-par, or even broken state, you'll hear the following.
"The game will get better."