Game Testing: What Not to Ignore?

by Nataliia Vasylyna | May 11, 2016 6:36 am

When engaged in game testing[1], a specialist from software testing company may think: I should just pass the game up to the end and then report the defects found. But that is not enough.

Some testers also conduct game localization testing[2] and usability testing. It is important but also not enough. Let’s review other essential things that better not be ignored during game testing.

What Not to Forget When Testing Games?

Even the smallest defect missed in a game will probably be quickly found after the release. That’s why game testing should be thorough and multifaceted.

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