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Today, we’re going to be diving into a continuation of where we left off last, giving you a clear rundown for how to understand the nuances of your LiveOps cadence and actually affect process change for optimal results.

The world of games today is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Fast-moving. Boundary-pushing. Exploding with new features, new abilities, and new methods for keeping players engaged. Are you keeping up? The difference between a yes and no answer is simple

When our brains process something as complex as a video game, there’s a lot going on. Understanding the role that psychology plays within the science of game development is crucial to creating memorable and engaging games.

So you want your users buying. You want your game economy functioning like a well-oiled machine, and you want your profits flying so high that when they look down, all they see is sky. Guess what? It’s possible.