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The studio said in January that it was seeking an art director “for the development of a new unannounced title”, suggesting the company could be working on a second project alongside the next God of War.
It currently has 33 open positions, with a number of senior roles also focused on development of the “unannounced” game.
They include animation director, gameplay design director, senior gameplay designer, lead gameplay programmer, senior narrative designer, lead tools programmer and senior level designer.
“If you love collaborating with talented developers to create defining games, join us as we embark on a new journey,” reads a line featured in a number of the job ads.
SIE Worldwide Studios boss Hermen Hulst recently named God of War Ragnarök his most anticipated game.
“To see and hear the reaction to that tiny glimpse we unveiled at the PlayStation Showcase last September was very exciting,” said Hulst, who was formerly managing director of Horizon Zero Dawn studio Guerrilla Games. “I can’t wait for people to see what Santa Monica is making.”
Last November, PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan refused to comment on whether God of War Ragnarök will be released for PS4 as well as PS5.