You can’t compare those games to boundless. Those are massive games who are established and if they lose half their player base they still have millions playing.
Besides Minecraft doesn’t wipe your progress, you can still keep going in your world. It’s a choice to start new if you want new options. Huge difference between that and wiping your progress.
What I really want to know is the retention numbers. We can all talk until our faces are blue but if we don’t actually know those numbers we are just waisting time. Nobody but the devs know if we are loosing more than we are gaining or vice versa. I would bet that the retention numbers are pretty much at par with every other game, but I could be wrong. If someone can show me that I’m wrong I might change my position.