KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Cyber Boy Corp. announced on Cinco de Mayo the holdup of the first 3D video game that the software company was expected to release this month. Their Chief Technology Officer, Sr. Roy Andrade, made the decision after their Head of Software Engineering contracted SARS-CoV-2. The engineer is a vital part of the development of the 3D chess game that Cyber Boy Corp. is intending to release. A few months ago, Cyber Boy Corp. had announced to release the 3D video game in the month of May in March. But the unprecedented Covid-19 damage has made them delay it for an unpredictable amount of time.
Until now, there is no information regarding the next release date of their first 3D chess game by the Cyber Boy Corp. business organization. Last year, the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic revolutionized the video gaming world. Since most people started to stay at their residence, they appeared to have developed the habit of playing online games to keep themselves entertained like most people across the globe. It led to a significant boom in the demand for online games of different genres. Following this, Cyber Boy Corp., CTO, Sr. Roy Andrade decided to explore the arena of online gaming and invested over $1.3 million in research and development in the third quarter of 2020.
Everything was running smoothly as their team of software engineers worked through pre-production, pitches, prototypes, and wrote game design documents, but the Covid-19 infection to the head of software engineering of Cyber Boy Corp. has drastically changed the entire plan. The technology expert has been undergoing hospitalization for many days at Saint Luke’s Health System of Kansas City, Missouri.
The Covid-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc in Kansas City as the hospitalizations have increased to 130% at Saint Luke’s Health System. Sr. Roy Andrade stated, “I tested negative for SARS-CoV-2. Los Angeles County is now in the yellow tier. So, LA County officially relaxed its coronavirus-related business restrictions. LA is the only Southern California county to advance to the yellow tier. Pathogens that spread through airborne transmission call for the use of special engineering controls to prevent infections. I’m just keeping my distance from respiratory droplets. I’m flying back California and heading to the SOHO to continue working. Thank God!”