Bethesda Have Started Hiring For An Unannounced Game For Next Gen Consoles/PC

Bethesda and Zenimax are hiring for experienced console programmers, and they’ve stated next-gen consoles and PC as the platforms.

This is what the entire post read:

Bethesda Game Studios is looking for experienced programmers to work on cutting-edge technology for an unannounced game on future-generation consoles.

The Job requirements:

  • At least 5 years of game development experience with multiple titles shipped
  • Extensive experience programming and optimizing for the Xbox 360 and PS3
  • Experience with DirectX 11 a plus
  • Passion for making GREAT games, and being part of a GREAT team
  • Ability to contribute innovative ideas towards all aspects of game development
  • Must create amazing things with minimal oversight
  • Experience playing Bethesda Game Studios games a plus

Bethesda might already have access to the next-gen dev kits, it will be interesting to see how this one pans out.

Earlier we reported that, Todd Howard expected the next-gen consoles [PS4/720] to be released in 2014. The Wii U will be out this year, though.

“I think it’s going to be a while still, I really do. I think consumers are happy with the current ones, there’s a lot you can do with them,” he said. “So I don’t think it’s coming next year or the year after.”

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  • Snorri

    I really, really, really hope this is a new Elder Scrolls game :p

    • Shubhankar Parijat

      Well, Skyrim came out mere months ago, so while I’d very much like a TES6 as soon as possible, this is probably Fallout 4 (or maybe a whole another game). Either way, I’m happy. Bethesda doesn’t usually make bad games.

  • Quinnly

    I really really hope beyond hope that this is Fallout 4.

    • Rashid Sayed

      I hope too

  • charles2029

    Whatever it is, it’s probably gonna be HUGE! Even though some of their games are a little buggy, Bethesda never sells itself short.

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