Unfortunately it seems that’s how humans react to change or unknown stuff.
I also see this in other games and their forums. In World of Tanks for example if you look in the forum before every new patch ( when they announce it) an outsider would think WG is completely incompetent and the game dies in a couple days. ( It’s almost a standard that people threaten to quit or stop spending money). Even if they make a REALLY good patch where my buddies say; NOW literally none can complain.... And they just shake their heads when I read from the forum.
But the mods there know that only a small minority is so invested and easily triggered by any changes, and impossible to satisfy, that they respond to them ( if it’s somewhat respectful and constructive) , but obviously they know it’s not as black and white how people portray it.
This is actually also something that triggers me a bit when streamers only pay attention to negative comments. Even if 99% are positive, the human mind is made to learn from bad things that’s why we pay attention to it ( but I do think a good streamer should find a balance to that and ignore sometimes a flat out insulting guy) .