Fallout: New Vegas dev hiring for 'unique next-gen game'
Studio looking for a level designer with an experience in modern game engines for next-gen game.
Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment is hiring for what it's calling a "unique next-gen game."
A job listing for Level Designer will involve “planning and populating missions/quests, scripted sequences, encounters, challenges and rewards,” suggesting that the title will contain some RPG elements.
The listing says that the suitable candidate will be "proficient" with a modern game engine, listing Unreal Engine 3, CryEngine 3, and Source as examples.
Another listing, for a UI/User Experience Artist, lists "previous experience on mobile or browser based Flash applications or games" as one of its pluses.
Studio CEO Feargus Urquhart has said the developer would "love" to make sequel to Fallout: New Vegas, and that if such a thing were to happen that the game could be set in Los Angeles.
Obsidian's next title, South Park: The Stick of Truth, will be released by Ubisoft in 2013. The studio also recently raised $3,986,929 via Kickstarter for its upcoming RPG Project Eternity.
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