Releasing games with glitches just to make the deadline isn’t a new thing that game developers do, but this time, Steam removed FNAF World from sale because the game was filled with bugs and glitches and the graphic seemed like it was put together in a rush.
The first FNAF game was quite good for an indie point and click survival horror game. After its release in 2014, the game that focused on cute killer animatronic animals gathered a few fans among the indie game enthusiasts and when the FNAF World was announced people were waiting for a release preparing themselves for the creepy soundtrack and horror imagery.
But Scott Cawthon didn’t actually deliver what he promised to the fans. The game’s soundtrack wasn’t near as horror-inducing as it was in the first installment, the graphic seemed like the developers were in a big hurry to finish the game and launch it until the deadline.
All in all, gamers that did not buy it from Steam this week could form an opinion on just how bad the game is if the developers are reimbursing those who bought the game, removing it from Steam, and promising to redo it and make it available for free once it will be finished.
Maybe Scott Cawthon’s failure will be a lesson for all the game developers that want to make the deadline, but don’t perfect the game. After what happened with FNAF World, it seems that the gaming community prefers the game to come a little late but ready to play, and not in time and filled with annoying glitches that spoil the pleasure of playing it.
You can check out why Steam removed FNAF World from sale in the video below.
This isn’t the first time when game developers release a game before it being ready to be presented to the fans. What Scott Cawthon did with the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” game is similar, though quite more disastrous, with what Bethesda did with “Fallout 4” last year, or Ubisoft with “Assassin’s Creed Unity”.
Fallout 4 was awaited by fans for a couple of years. The game is something of a cult among gamers, and that made Bethesda’s failure to launch a bug-free game even worse. The first couple of months the developers struggled to update Fallout 4 so that players would stop rephrasing the now famous “War, war never changes” quote with an adapted version of “Glitches, glitches never change”.
Here are the top bugs that bugged Fallout 4 fans.
New Assassin’s Creed games aren’t that rare on the market, so Ubisoft could have taken their time to check if their character’s faces appear like a burnt man’s skull, or how they were designed in the first place. You can check the top Assassin’s Creed Unity glitches in the video below.
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