Game developer Rockstar Games recently took to social media to update the fans of the situation of its staff members and more.
Rockstar Games cares for its developers
After it was announced that COVID-19 is
now starting to spread in some parts of the world, some companies have started
to allow their workers to bring their workloads at home and work there remotely
in the meantime. Gaming companies also did the same thing and the developers of
popular game Red Dead Redemption 2 followed suit.
The gaming studio has started to work
remotely in order to prevent getting their developers infected with the
COVID-19 virus and staying healthy until it is confirmed it is safe to work in
offices again. In a recent Twitter post, it stated that the heads have
implemented work from home policies across its international offices and
This happened after the teams from
around the world had a meeting and talked about what to do about this
situation. This is the solution they thought off and it should definitely work
for the time being. Better be safe than sorry. They are also confident that the
implemented system for this situation.
The gaming studio also promised that the online games will still continue to run on their servers just like the usual. The support teams will still remain available for the players. Still, its top priority is the safety and health of their employees and their families. When the time comes, they will adapt to any new changes.