More game developers have had projects delayed than in past years due to COVID-19, according to a recent state of the industry survey from Game Developer Conference organizers. From a report: Delays are an inevitable part of development, but there’s been a noticeable jump since pandemic’s arrival. According to GDC’s findings, 44 percent of the over 3,000 respondents polled said their games have been subject to delays. Compare that to last year’s responses at 33 percent. The impact of working from home ranges from lost collaboration opportunities, to the added pressures of childcare.