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“We are seeking an experienced Art Director for the development of a new unannounced title!” reads a job description on the studio’s website, suggesting that the company is working on a second project alongside the new God of War.
“Do you love collaborating to build genre-defining games? Join us as we embark on a new journey!”
The successful candidate will be responsible for developing “the aesthetic pillars of the project, so it can be executed via defined specifications, reference materials, and style guides for environments, characters and creatures, props, lighting, and special effects”.
The God of War studio currently has 27 open positions, with a number of other full-time roles also inviting applicants to “join us as we embark on a new journey”.
They include lead gameplay programmer, gameplay design director, gameplay designer and lead writer.
Unlike previous entries in the long-running series, which were inspired by Greek mythology, God of War is loosely based on Norse mythology.
The series reboot was a critical and commercial success, winning multiple Game of the Year awards and selling over 10 million copies.