Dev Blog 28/09/17

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Callum

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Before a product goes to market, it is important that it has been thoroughly tested to confirm that it is working as intended and that it will meet the expectations of the end user. This is especially true for PC games, which are targeted at wide range of hardware and software configurations, with the aim of providing users with unique, fun and engaging gaming experiences. This is where the unsung heroes of the gaming industry step in, quality assurance (QA) testers. The role of a QA tester is to identify and report any issues with the game, ranging from game-breaking bugs through to obscure and hard to replicate glitches. This is often repetitive and tedious work, but it is vital in order to ensure the quality of the final product. In this week’s blog we talk with QA Lead and Game Designer, Meriç Neseli, who oversees our dedicated and hardworking QA team.


Read more at: http://www.taleworlds.com/en/Games/Bannerlord/Blog/27
 

Ki-Ok Khan

Thanks for answering my question . Nice blog.

Also I assume that next blog is gonna be different again? Since you did not tell who the next person is gonna be.

I do not know what the heck is going on but I like it. Can not wait for juicy memes.
 

ReaperWolf

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sweet! a new blog on my birthday. gonna consider this a good birthday gift :smile:

and I can already see all the jokes that're gonna come out of the Renaissance "painting" @ the bottom :razz:

all the blogs so far have been pr interesting (@ least imo), so it'll be cool to see what we get next. what's even left @ this point aside from....u kno, the campaign..? and diplomacy
 

MitchPTI

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Automated unit tests eh? Is Test-Driven Development being used, or is it just the standard approach of write code and then test it?
 

kalarhan

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great blog.

Nice to see that TW has plenty of people from a software background (Computer Science, Computer Engineering, ...).

And that the Q&A leader answer got all the sweet spots (automatic testing, testing different computer specifications, clear process to manual testing, vision from Q&A perspective - the guys that know the entire game -, checking if something still makes sense after dozens/hundreds of hours, and so on).
 

Osviux

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WHAT WAS ONE OF THE STRANGEST OR FUNNIEST BUGS THAT YOU’VE EXPERIENCED DURING QA?

There was a bug at one stage where everyone in towns, some of them naked, madly started attacking the player! The screenshots came out to be almost like a renaissance painting
I believe there's still a bug in Warband, where all the townspeople begin to attack the player, seems like the this has been passed on to Bannerlord :grin:
 

gypsydevil

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Weekly blog like clock work.  Great screenshot, can't wait for next week.

So much nicer getting a weekly update this way, than the old method of checking mega thread everyday only to find people in an "actually" war over the correct way to hold a sword, with no new information for six months at a time. 

Anyway, thanks again, keep up the good work.
 

aged3

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DONT LEAVE US HANGING WHAT IS NEXT WKS BLOG. Is it a secret again like last weeks? :cool: