Devs are admitting their ‘sins’ on Twitter, and there sure are a lot who hid Loss in games

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While Twitter users joke about the social media platform being on the brink of death and deletion thanks to Elon Musk’s mismanagement, game developers have used this opportunity to stage a final confession, an absolution of all their design sins. It began with a senior character artist working on Overwatch (opens in new tab) admitting he hid “abstracted versions of Loss in older projects”, and continued from there.

Other developers confessed to similar Loss-related crimes against…

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