Hi-Rez’s tactical shooter Rogue Company is still in its infancy, slowly establishing itself on the scene and building a community in the process. And while the Rogue Company playerbase isn’t quite as big as that of games like Valorant or Warzone just yet, their fans are a very dedicated and enthusiastic crowd. One such fan recently got a Rogue Company tattoo, prompting a really wholesome exchange with the game’s developers.
Steamer and Rogue Company player DramatiiCat recently got a tattoo of the Rogue Company logo, and tweeted out a photo of it. Lead designer Scott “Gandhi” Lussier responded to the tweet, expressing how humbled he was, and offering to pay for the tattoo.
@ScottGandhi reposting cause I wanted people to stop arguing on my post thank you Scott again you are awesome!!! #gaming #RogueCompany #gamergirl #tattoos pic.twitter.com/8awVdJV7R9
— Dramatiicat (@DramatiiCat) October 20, 2020
The original tweet has since been deleted, but you can see the conclusion of the exchange above. Along with the money for the tattoo, Lussier sent a message expressing his gratitude, and a couple of words on his hopes for Rogue Company to be a game that connect people, tied together with a quote by Carl Jung.
Lussier has been the public face of Rogue Company on social media, regularly running polls with players, and sharing development updates and off-beat commentary with the game’s community.
What’s next for Rogue Company?
After two lengthy testing phases, Rogue Company is hitting its stride with a regular update schedule and a lot of improvements on the way. Next up is the upcoming ranked mode, which will in all likelihood set the stage for a proper esports infrastructure down the line. We are also eager to see more of Rogue Company‘s rumored story campaign, Incursion.
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