The number of video games that have been delayed out of 2020 due largely to COVID-19 novel coronavirus is staggering, yet video game software and hardware sales have simultaneously spiked thanks to people being stuck at home. As such, developers have been taking the good with the bad and learning to develop games almost entirely remotely. However, despite the company’s size and pedigree, it turns out Square Enix game production has been hit harder by COVID-19 than most would have expected. Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda explained as much in an interview with the Financial Times, as relayed by ResetEra. […]
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