Sherlock Holmes developer Frogwares shares updates on life in Ukraine amid the ongoing war with Russia

Following Putin’s barbaric invasion of Ukraine 10 months ago, Sherlock Holmes developer Frogwares has released an update on life in the country amid the ongoing war.

Please note that some points in the following article are difficult to read. Please proceed at your own discretion.

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In a poignant Twitter thread, Frogwares detailed the challenges the team has faced over the past few months, explaining that a “wave of missile and suicide drone attacks that began in October has taken quite a toll on us mentally.”

Discussing the actions those in Ukraine must take whenever there is a strike, the developer shared that when there is a strike, everything anyone can do is to “gather together”. [their] family and pets and huddle in basements, closets or bathrooms” and wait for the strikes to pass.

“Some raids last minutes. other hours. It’s hard to tell at times because in reality it feels like they’ll never end,” the developer wrote.

“But they eventually stop. Then you check the messages, the team’s Discord channels, and your messaging apps to see where the hit happened and if anyone you might know could be one of the victims that day.”

Frogwares calls these strikes against his country a cowardly move by Russia.

“Anytime Ukraine has a decisive victory on the battlefield (which we will all absolutely celebrate), we must also be prepared for the next day the Russians will be pounding on civilian targets with their fragile little egos.

“Useless cowards who have run out of ideas how else to win a war they started, so they try to demoralize, freeze and starve ordinary people.”

Despite these harrowing times, Frogwares is not giving up hope and will continue to celebrate his country’s victories with the rest of Ukraine.

“If anything, it reminds us why we need to keep resisting, keep fighting and never think about negotiating because we know what we’re fighting for,” the developer shared.

“You can’t send a missile through my grandmother’s living room, bomb my nephew’s school and bomb the hospital where my mother worked and then expect me to talk to you. So we’ll keep gritting our teeth. Keep bypassing the mess. Keep supporting our troops. And sure, keep celebrating every win.”

Frogwares closed his thread by thanking those who continue to support Ukraine during this time. “We hope you all have happy holidays and see you all soon in 2023,” she wrote.

You can see Frogware’s full thread below.

Frogwares isn’t the only one sharing details on how life in Ukraine has changed since Putin’s invasion. In June, Stalker 2 developer GSC shared a video with an update on its staff and the development of its upcoming project.

This video, which you can see below, is a tough and often extraordinary watch, but one that details how life has changed for the game’s team over the course of this year.

An update from GSC Game World.

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