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Developer Benjamin Kobe recommends against using large gaming subreddits to promote small indie titles
Developer Benjamin Kobe, founder of Austin, Texas-based indie studio Clutch Dynamics, shared his experience of promoting his game Boris the Sloth on Reddit. He suggests staying away from large gaming and gamedev subreddits for UA purposes.
Developers discuss NDAs and working on several cancelled AAA games in row
A redditor posted a story about the cancellation of a AAA game they’ve been working on for a few years. The thread went viral, with other users sharing their own experiences of developing high-budget projects and being shackled by different NDAs.
Fans creating memes to mock CD Projekt for cutting subway and other features from Cyberpunk 2077
Thanks to the official stats shared by CD Projekt, we know that players have spent 6.3 million hours in the character creator on Cyberpunk 2077. However, for all the stuff gamers have done in the game, there’re still plenty of activities that they haven’t completed because the developer removed the content once promised for the title.