Last week Industry Insider Tidux leaked details regarding upcoming brand new IP of Guerrilla Games for Playstation 4.
In an exclusive conversation with us, Tidux revealed that Guerrilla Games will announce the IP at E3 2014 and it runs at 1080p, looks amazing.
Some fresh details about what all things Playstation 4 owners can expect to see in this new IP has arrived via new job listing on official Guerrilla Games website.
The game will feature groundbreaking, innovative online gameplay and microtransaction, according to details provided in the requirement section of new job listing.
The studio is looking for “regular/senior designers with online, multiplayer or coop experience to work on our unannounced new IP. You’ll be part of a small team tasked with creating groundbreaking, innovative online gameplay.”
You can read the full requirements list below.
Requirements: We’re looking to hear from you if:
- You have strong interest in both playing and making online games
- Have proven track record of shipped titles with a significant online focus
- Are comfortable with both conceptual and practical aspects of game design
- Work well in a small team, are open to constructive criticism, know how to listen and give feedback to others
- Are self-motivated, willing to prototype and pitch your own design ideas to the team
- Are happy to document, develop, bug fix and “own” their ideas, overseeing them from concept through to final implementation
- Have systems design experience; game modes, player progression, balancing, leveling, end game design, etc.
- Any technical background in programming or scripting would be very beneficial
- Any experience with 3D world and level building tools
- Have worked with BI and data analytics
- Developed micro-transactions and/or non-traditional recurring revenue models
- Have developed or supported online gaming communities or titles with a large ”social” focus
NOTE: The studio has already confirmed that this new IP for PS4 is over two-and-a-half years into development, so reveal at E3 2014 as reported by Tidux looks pretty legit.