Thanks to the account's astronomical popularity, CanYouPetTheDog's campaign has now become more than a mere Santa Claus list of which video games have been naughty and which have been a good boy. (Yes he is. Yes he is.) The account has become so popular that designers are changing their games because of it. Gamers rejoiced early April when the makers of Enter The Gungeon credited CanYouPetTheDog for making their danger dogs get a +100 buff to their love stat.
And in little time, several other designers have updated their games to make their pooches pettable, from indie games like BUCKLER 2 ...
... all the way to thief-king Fortnite, though their attempt to make their backpack pets pettable is so lazy that it's looking less like a loving pat and more like your character is angrily swiping left on Dog Tinder.
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