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A recent survey suggests that 44% of developers have suffered game delays due to Covid-19

More than 3,000 developers participated in the survey.

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At this point, it feels like the majority of the year's major releases have been hit by some form of delay. Highly anticipated release such as Back 4 Blood, Hogwarts Legacy, and Deathloop have all had their release dates pushed backwards, leading to a lot of disappointment from fans. We didn't find it too surprising then when the results from a recent survey surfaced online and suggested that 44% of developers have had to delay their games due to Covid-19.

The survey that we are referring to was the annual State of the Industry Survey conducted by the Games Developer Conference. Over 3,000 people responded to the survey, with 44% claiming their game had been delayed, 49% stating that they hadn't seen an impact, and 7% reporting that they had no current project in the works. This figure of 44% represents an increase of 11% from the previous year, but that survey was only conducted three months after the pandemic and doesn't represent the full picture.

Are you surprised to hear these results? Let us know in the comments.

A recent survey suggests that 44% of developers have suffered game delays due to Covid-19

Thanks, Gamesindustry.biz.



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