Weekly Job Roundup – 15/05/2019

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Visual Concepts has been a driving force in the video game industry for more than 30 years. They are dedicated to putting the consumer first through great technology, innovation and passion for true excellence in gaming. At studios located throughout California, China, South Korea, and Hungary, they are always looking for the best and brightest to join our team.

See the 12 job openings at Visual Concepts.

Naughty Dog is the developer of some of the most critically acclaimed and top-selling video games on PlayStation platforms, having created the classic Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter series, as well as modern franchises Uncharted and The Last of Us. The studio is currently developing Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and The Last of Us Part II.

See the 7 job openings at Naughty Dog.

Tuque Games is a video game publisher and developer of games from the Livelock & Dungeons & Dragons universes.

They play games that provide players with meaningful choices. Founded  in 2012, the company was built on the goal of assembling an all-star crew of developers to make outstanding games. Their first title, Livelock, established a creative new IP as well as a solid foundation to grow the studio and the games they love to make.

See the 3 job openings at Tuque Games.

Gunfire Games is an independent game developer based in Austin, Texas. They are best known for creating leading-edge VR titles including the award-winning Chronos and for our previous work on the Darksiders franchise.They are currently developing Darksiders 3 along with other exciting secret projects.

See the 5 job openings at Gunfire Games.

Ambitious and independent, CD Projekt Red made international big leagues with the globally acclaimed The Witcher series. Over 25 million copies sold and more than a 1000 awards garnered later, they still, and more than ever, believe in gamer-centric video game development and building an honest, bilateral connection with gamers.

Their mission is this: they want to deliver bleeding edge, mature role-playing games with a deep focus on storytelling, and we want to wrap them in an honest, good value for money package gamers find worth their hard earned cash. They’d love all games and gamers to be treated like that, and are working hard every day to make that happen.

See the 14 job openings at CD Projekt Red.

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