Bodolza wrote on May 23, 2023, 00:19:
Kxmode wrote on May 22, 2023, 23:08:You're missing the point. The studios know the games are broken. As long as they still get massive pre-orders, they have no reason to ship a fully functioning game.
if studios won't invest in proper in-house testing.
Not missing the point. It's obvious that they purposely ship broken games. My point is a cost-effective alternative to ensure product functionality at release, in cases where the publisher is reluctant to invest in proper in-house testing. They can opt to outsource the QA process to specialized businesses at a lower cost.
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