This is What Games Look Like in Development
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This is What Games Look Like in Development

This is What Games Look Like in Development

This is What Games Look Like in Development

You’ve probably heard of the Grand Theft Auto VI leaked. A massive cyber attack recently hit Rockstar Games. GTAVI development footage was accessed and leaked online. The most bizarre thing about this whole mess is how critical the fans were of the footage. It’s development footage, so that should be enough to understand why many people criticized GTAVI like they were viewing a finished product. The good news is that most of the industry can explain how development works to these fans.

Talking of GTA, this mod lets you play The Boys_ Homelander in GTAVI.

To show fans how much can change in the development process, developers and studios are sharing footage from their games. Paul Ehret was involved in 2019’s Control. He released it with the caption: “Since graphics were the first thing to be finished in a videogame, Control won multiple awards. Here is footage from the beginning.

Cult Of The Lamb was a recent hit. Tweeted that “Graphics are the last thing finished in a game. This is an incorrect assumption. You can see more examples from Immortality and Uncharted 4—a Thief’s Ende.

GTA VII is likely to be released in a few years. The development footage won’t look like a completed game, so it’s unlikely that the release date will be sooner than expected. We don’t even know when the development footage was made. It could be many years old. It is best to wait until you have the game in your possession.

This is What Games Look Like in Development
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