Oh gosh, yes. I feel this, completely. I used to be a huuuuuge player of Final Fantasy XIV's A Realm Reborn incarnation. Played it religiously since closed beta in 2013, absolutely adored it. Then slowly, but surely, the community grew more and more obnoxious and unpleasant to be a part of -- the emphasis being on speedruns and getting things done as quickly and mind-numbingly as possible rather than actually, you know, sitting back and enjoying the game and the spectacle its encounters created. Someone attempting to speedrun the new "Deep Dungeon" content recently while I was playing -- then getting abusive and rude when the other three members of the party (including me) asked him to please stop it because there was really no point speedrunning this particular piece of content -- was the last straw for me, and I unsubscribed and uninstalled for the first time since I started playing. Not ruling out a return at some point, but I play games to have fun, not to be yelled at by strangers for not playing the "right" way. Perhaps I just need a short break, but yeah; online player communities can be the absolute worst, even in games that are supposedly pure cooperative like FFXIV.