UK developer Splash Damage, creator of Enemy Territory and Brink, is looking for fresh minions to fill its ranks and help it create a new game for PC and next gen consoles.
According to a job listing posted up on LinkedIn, Splash Damage, who handled the multiplayer modes for last year's Batman: Arkham Origins, is looking for a new graphics programmer to work on its new project.
"It's a real exciting time for us here at Splash Damage, we are about to engage in a very well known and highly popular AAA title with next gen technology and we're looking to recruit multiple disciplines to fill our ranks," the listing reads. There are also similar postings for an engine programmer and an environment artist. Sounds like whatever the studio is working on is in pretty early stages, then. Does that make an E3 reveal out of the question?
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