… this logic doesn’t even make sense.
“I pre-ordered this game, ergo I deserve beta access, too!” No, the Kickstarter even specifically said on its page that backing the game allows for people to beta (and in some cases) and alpha test the game to make sure it’s effectively ready to go come the scheduled launch date.
That’s like complaining about paying for regular price concert tickets to a show but not being able to go to the aftershow meet-n-greet because you didn’t pay the price for the meet-n-greet bundle.
Honestly it just seems like gamers these days (generally speaking) are getting wild senses of self-entitlement that they feel they’re owed something because they pre-ordered a product.
Sorry, that’s not how it works. You pre-ordered, great on ya, but you didn’t back the game on Kickstarter when it was active; that was your chance to participate in the closed alpha/beta testing. You paid for the cake you chose to enjoy, don’t like it, tough luck.