This huge ‘collection’ of game delay posts is pure art

There are many good reasons why developers sometimes need to push back the release dates of their games, with the ongoing pandemic being the prime example of the past year and a half. While these delays are almost always completely understandable, there is no denying that for fans eager to watch their most anticipated game debut, these statement images popping up on Twitter (you know them) are truly daunting prospects. But there is also another side of them – gathered in one huge ‘collection’ they are a kind of pure art.

This is exactly what Mark Brown, the creator of a YouTube series on game design called Game Maker’s Toolkit, has done with an impressively comprehensive, curated series of tweets. “You know I’m something of a collector,” Brown writes. “What do I collect? Yes, the images that publishers tweet when they delay their game, of course.” Starting with one of the instantly recognizable, bright yellow screens announcing a Cyberpunk 2077 delay (the one that pushed it back to September 17, 2020), the series continues to capture a host of these ominous image tweet- messages from recent couples. years.

We can see many of the great games of recent (ish) time, and some of them that have not yet made their glorious arrivals in the mix. We have Deathloop, Doom Eternal, Halo Infinite, Humankind, Total War: Warhammer III and – yes, many others in the collection.

“Aren’t these the ultimate, defining artifact from the current video pillar?” Brown jokes in one and asks, “is this art?” in another. Well, it’s really up to you to decide. Just keep a thought in mind for your dedicated gaming news writers on sites like this beautiful orange right here when these tweets show up – it’s not easy to quickly transcribe the content of an image when there is no site blog option available. Here are some of Brown’s impressive collection:

Here are some more:

Here is the grand finale:

If you’re eager to see what’s on the horizon, be sure to check out our list of upcoming PC games to keep an eye on the weather. Unfortunately, it was announced that Saints Row has been delayed by about six months this morning, but hey, at least the post is a good addition to this collection.

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