According to a new job listing, Sucker Punch is hiring a narrative writer for Ghost of Tsushima.
While the news itself is nothing significant or relevant, it sure enough hints at the fact that there could still be a lot of work ahead of a release of the game.
“Sucker Punch is looking for a Narrative Writer to help create engaging narrative content for our upcoming project, Ghost of Tsushima,” says the listing.
“Daily tasks will include story development, game dialogue, and general narrative contribution. The ideal candidate will have previous success as a game writer, outstanding dialogue skills, an excellent understanding of story and game structure, experience in a writers’ room setting, and a passion to tell great stories in an open-world game.”
Among the interesting details, we learn that there’s still “high-quality dialogue” in the making for “a diverse cast of characters who live in a world of 13th century Japan.”
Also, the man or woman who’ll get the job will be required to write “missions for an open-world game,” which hints at the fact that Ghost of Tsushima will have rather big environments where we’ll be free to move around and talk to NPC.
Ghost of Tsushima was revealed at Paris Games Week in 2017, and it won’t probably be available before one or two years.