We live in an era marked by Coronavirus, which forces the cancellation of many of the most important events and sectors in each sector. There is also talk of a possible delay for the new generation of consoles due to the virus. About her difficulties in the world of videogames with COVID-19 recently mentioned Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick.
Although he preferred to say nothing about the Xbox Series X delay, Rodstar's parent company said among other things that the biggest problem the industry would face was the need for the station to close. Especially as a precautionary measure, which will lead to a shift in the functionality of the telephone to protect the health of workers and developers.
The Takeha-Mbili boss believes COVID-19 will change the industrial segment
Companies will have to find a way to ensure productivity levels by leaving workers at home. In fact, I've always been skeptical about telecommunications, but this time of the event can have unexpected consequences and cause us to change our mind about it.
I'm not a big believer in long-distance work, but I think we'll see a significant change from now on. They can be endless changes and a business trip will also be included among the management. I think we would really be surprised by the real impact that remote work can have when used on a large scale. We now like to believe that it can reduce productivity, but it is not safe. For example, I think of the time and productivity that is often lost due to the migration between home and work.
Strauss's words make us see that the closure of courses could become a reality in the coming months, providing time for teleworking among developers. That will undoubtedly change the industry and its approach, and it will still be seen how it affects performance and end products. Could it mean more delays in games or even more comfort?