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  • Chris Wilson is the co-founder of Grinding Gear Games and the lead developer of their free-to-play RPG Path Of Exile. He recently introduced Reddit to the studio's current workload and priorities, including the balance of work and life. He wrote: "Some studios have their team working 14 hours a day to package each patch, which includes the most fixes and improvements." "I won't run this company like that."

    I can lag behind "we don't tighten" as a badge for public relations pride. After reporting Epic Games' poor workplace practices to keep Fortnite dominated, Resawn Studio, the studio of royale Apex Legends, who competed for battle, said, "Oh, we don't." This means that your sweet, sweet content will slow down, but it also means that people's lives will not be destroyed. Very fair deal, really.

    "Now it's opportunism. It doesn't mean it's not serious. Well, suppose Respawn really treats employees better," Alice O said. The same applies to this. POE Items is value attention, so players still must accumulate coins amongst players in an emergency.

    The post also shows that Grinding Gear Games did not think of something. Their recent expansion, synthesis, "is developed during the Christmas holidays." Similarly, Wilson continues to write that "there will inevitably be some optional overtime during the league release."

    Even if they don't participate in every point of community feedback, they still have a lot of things on their plates. A new alliance will be announced in "three weeks", "focus on repeatable fun, the focus of combat transformation is to improve the basic principles of Path of Exile gameplay and POE Currency." At the same time, they are Efforts to "super-expansion" are designed to keep them competitive with "next-generation action role-playing games"; "ExileCon Conference"; launching games in Korea; and improved console features. It's not hard to see that all of this may make those happy "optional overtime pay" longer and more extreme.

    Still, the community's response is still positive, and the most popular comment is about Reddit's reading: "Please know that you have support for this. This will not only help your employees - it helps to improve the terrible tightening in the industry. Mode. "Fingers cross.