It’s fine to be disappointed and to express that.
It’s ridiculous to travel to the event for an announcement like this, regardless of how well it goes.
It’s ridiculous to feel disrespected or betrayed if a company announces a product that you don’t care for and would never have bought in the first place, which doesn’t affect in any way the product you do want to buy that is coming later anyway.
It’s fine to think this will be a bad game.
It’s fine to tell other people you think it wlll be a bad game.
It’s gomergate to do this in the #NotMyDiablo hashtag
It’s gomergate to care what Mark Kern thinks or reference him in any positive light regarding this.
It’s fine to be sad and disappointed if an announcement IS literally replacing the thing you liked with a thing you didn’t like.
It’s not fine to feel the above in this case, since this is not what happened.
It’s gomergate to react strongly to it publicly.
It’s just sad to travel to an event like this specifically and primarily for an announcement of any kind.
It’s ridiculous to claim anyone was harmed in terms of expense of travel or enjoyment of the event because of this announcement.
It’s fine to boo the announcement at the event.
It’s gomergate to contact any individual person associated with the company or the event to express your displeasure about the announcement.