Nintendo developers are allowed as much time as they need to be satisfied with the quality of the game before its release, according to a company programmer, who asked not to be identified because he’s not authorized to comment publicly. The additional time given to improve New Horizons accidentally landed it right in the middle of widespread lockdowns and shelter-at-home orders as the world grappled to rein in the spread of the novel coronavirus. For many, the experience of the pandemic and the escapism the game has provided will be indelibly linked.
The new version of the video game franchise is the unqualified success of the coronavirus era.
In a new Bloomberg article, an anonymous Nintendo programmer has stated that the company gives them as much time as they need until they're satisfied with the product. But is that really the case? Get the details here!