Turtle Rock Studios, the developer of popular zombie shooting game Left 4 Dead, is apparently working on an unannounced AAA title game in a globally known franchise.
The news came after a ResetEra user by the name Slicer Dyster noticed that Turtle Rock is looking for a Senior Level Designer to work on an AAA video game. However, the developer didn’t mention the title of the game, but the job posting says that they are looking for a person who can create awesome level layouts and fun encounters. It also said that the person should have experience working with modern FPS engines like Unreal Engine 4. The candidate should also have experience working on competitive FPS video games and AAA First-Person action titles.
Aside from looking for a Senior Level Designer, the development studio is also looking for programmers, designer, artist, and producer to work on the AAA shooter game.
It is not clear what game Turtle Rock is currently working on, but it might be the game they were developing in 2016. If some of you can remember, two years ago, the studio announced that it was working on a new franchise which is set in an all-new universe.
“We are creating a new franchise set in an all-new universe that leverages the style of gameplay people expects from Turtle Rock Studios,” said Phil Robb, the Co-Founder of Turtle Rock Studio. “We’re focusing on what we do best — heart-pounding, moment-to-moment, online, co-op FPS action.”
The studio also announced that Perfect World Entertainment will be the one to publish the game.
“With Perfect World as our partner, we will make sure that our players come first by listening to them and growing the game based on how they play and interact over what we hope are many years to come,” Phil Robb added.
Turtle Rock Studio did not give any more details about its plot or gameplay, but it did mention that the game will feature a “strong dark fantasy element” that fans will love. It may also be safe to say that the game will be released on XBox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows gaming computers