Lessons learned after 3 years of fulltime Rust game development, and why we're leaving Rust behind

Disclaimer: This post is a very long collection of thoughts and problems I’ve had over the years, and also addresses some of the arguments I’ve been repeatedly told. This post expresses my opinion the has been formed over using Rust for gamedev for many thousands of hours over many years, and multiple finished games. This isn’t meant to brag or indicate success, but rather just show there has been more than enough effort put into Rust, to dispel the the commonly said “once you gain enough experience it’ll all make sense” argument.

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