Yes, why is that ok with cars, and not with software ?
Maybe i'm used to it because In the graphics and music industry there's all sort of plugins and addons created allongside a newly released main product (graphics or sequencing program), also by third partie.
Do game companies have to actually wait until the game is released to start producing extra content ? Then how about the pre order bonus ? This is about flexible game development more than anything else.
People get the wrong impressions from the whole destiny thing, where some clever users discovered half finished content that wasn't operational, and was meant to be finished as first (or second?) dlc.
Famous youtubers have a crushing responsibility not to spread misinformation and turn it into their advantage for an anti hate dlc campaign.
Ofcourse there is day one dlc, I wasn't agreeing with the talking bots and bots with more storage dlc from dead space 3, so i didn't bought it but I also didn't feel sad about that because it's not a main part of the game. I liked the awakening dlc very much though. It's more about taste. But too many people try to impose radical oppinions on the rest which isn't true.
I can say though with a straight face that I'm just following facts and don't get overworked about the 3 or 4 dlc packs from payday 2 that I don't want, simply because i'm not interested in historical or assault grenade launchers in that game. But I can take peace with that.