I see little reason to think there will be problems on the developer side. Those people can still work, for the most part.
I'm more interested in what's going to happen on the consumer side. How do changes in where people spend their time affect how people play their games?
It isn't to say it's an impossibility that anyone in the dev side of the games industry, doesn't have the virus, let alone being able to get it, that can also affect the flow of work, and well, being at home doesn't exactly have you working full time all the time either.
Consumer side, if the prices aren't sorted out now, you'll see spending habits changing, but not for the absolute long-term.