I'm pretty much don't like it don't buy it.
Something like this though is a decent contrast to the sanitized boring stuff WotC has been making though. It's not one or the other for me options are good.
Which is what I'm doing. But (especially as someone who's a long time Dark Sun fan who's written many, many words on here about how I'd like a 5e Dark Sun to look), I think it's reasonable to talk about why I'm unlikely to buy/support a product that appears to be squarely aimed at people like me.
And for me, too often the flip side of people trying to contrast with 'sanitized boring stuff', is that you get overwhelmed with juvenile cheap shock value tactics in the name of edginess. I was buying RPGs in the late 90s, the spiral of game publishers continually trying to out-darkness and out-edginess World of Darkness and each other was a trend i personally got tired of a long time ago. Mind you, I'm not quite ready to write off the Red Dawn project as a case of that. But for me, If you're going to have horrible stuff in a game, make it meaningful, seriously engage what it might mean to people who've experienced it in real life, and remember that darkness needs some light for contrast.