Japanese developer Grezzo isn’t a studio that works exclusively on The Legend of Zelda games, but most of their notable releases in recent years have been in Nintendo’s franchise, including remakes for Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask, and most recently, the Switch exclusive Link’s Awakening. Now, they’re recruiting for their next project, and some of the job ads (spotted by Nintendo Everything) might have given us some clues of what to expect.
The job listings state that the game will be built using Unity, VisualStudio, git, redmine, and jenkins. Meanwhile, the game’s art design style is described as being “medieval” and “stylish”, and while it won’t feature photorealistic visuals, it will take elements from the real world and put its own twists on them.
While it’s hard to judge exactly what their next project is based on those details, it’s likely that they’ll be partnering with Nintendo again, which they have been doing on a regular basis since their debut title in 2010. Grezzo also developed the 3DS remake of Luigi’s Mansion, while also providing assistance for The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, and also developed Ever Oasis, which was published by Nintendo. They have also worked with publisher FuRyu on titles such as The Alliance Alive and Legend of Legacy.