Still looking forward to it. I've liked everything else CDPR has put out, so I expect I'll like Cyberpunk. Despite all the marketing and hype, it sounds like the game is exactly what I was expecting all along. The choice and consequence stuff, along with the impressive branching quest design is 90% of what I'm excited for. The trans representation issue undoubtedly sucks, I've also long accepted that video games are usually pretty trash regarding queer representation in general, so I guess it's just on par with my expectations. I don't know, I'm gay and I had a lot of fun with Persona 5, despite some really gross depictions of gay men, and the unforgivable choice to not let me choose Yusuke as a romance option. I guess I'm just numb to it. The labour stuff pisses me off, but I played RDR2 and any number of AAA games that I'm sure ground their devs into the dirt, also no ethical consumption yada yada.
All the problems are definitely really bad, but they're also something the games industry at large is guilty of. Cyberpunk, unfortunately, compounds it all into one product. I get why people are put off by it all, though. I continue to support any attempts for mass unionization in the industry, which hopefully both helps the devs, and maybe takes away some of the power the shitty toxic dudes in charge have over all aspects of development. I hope to someday see a CDPR game free of the influence of whoever thought it was a good idea to put dildos everywhere or create the in-game "mix it up" ads.