The professional game developers who are paid good money to develop computer games all day missed a bug. So they extended the winter event another week and gave everyone some tokens.
And they've pushed back content for months due to the Coof. It doesn't make sense since they could easily in theory program things from home so their should be minimally affected by the Coof if at all.
And there's this thing:
Sure, it's minor typo on an ad most players ignore. But it's still a typo that's made it past the editors and into official artwork.
Three examples of a pattern of behavior.
Don't get me wrong. I'm not complaining about the game. The game is great. Nor am I complaining about the delays. Delays happen.
No. I am, in fact, insulted.
If I made these types of mistakes at my job, my career would be destroyed. In fact at most of my jobs I've been expected to outperform teams of multiple people. These people get to call off work for a disease with 99.99% survival rate. Try getting shot at. I haven't gotten time off due to the pandemic and even had to work extra over Christmas. When I go to college and struggle with but ultimately pass Differential Equations, Thermal Dynamics, and Fluid Mechanics, I get treated like I'm a moron by people who can't do Calculus.
I know these clowns are making at least twice as much as I'm making right now. Beyond that they get to enjoy their job and do what *they* want. They don't have to confine their life's goals to the professions our elected officials want us to pursue. And they get to go home to their own families and aren't guilt tripped for loving their own kin.
What gives them the right to make mistakes? They're professionals. Their work should be *perfect*. Impeccable. Flawless. None of this "they're only human" bullshit.
The mere fact that their bosses are clearly tolerating this and not providing "wall to wall" counsellings is an ongoing insult to every man and woman making less money then these folks are making.
So, Cryptic, please pay more attention to details and stop making mistakes.