Renowned for Bastion and Transistor, San Francisco studio Supergiant is at the moment engaged on Hades–a course of that is being chronicled within the Noclip docuseries Hades: Developing Hell. The newest installment has simply launched and it is a doozy, exhibiting the Hades staff navigating the pandemic, in addition to break-in makes an attempt at Supergiant’s San Francisco studio, as picked up by TheGamer.
The starting of the documentary takes a pointy flip from exhibiting the staff celebrating Hades’ 98% optimistic ranking for its early access Steam launch, to the pandemic inflicting Supergiant’s workplaces to be shuttered with everybody transitioning to working from dwelling.
In the June chapter of the documentary, the story takes one other flip, with safety digital camera footage exhibiting a gaggle of individuals breaking into the vacant workplaces throughout widespread protests in San Francisco. The group took off with “a lot of the [musical] instruments that we use to make the soundtracks for some of our games,” Studio Director Amir Rao described. “And a bunch of other stuff was taken, too.”