Dontnod Entertainment is working on an RPG title for PS4/XBO

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Feb 28, 2013
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Saw this posted here and thought it deserves its own thread:
Dontnod Entertainment is currently seeking for an experienced Game/Level Designer with a strong RPG/ARPG background to work on their new project for PS4 and XBOX One consoles.
http://www.dont-nod.com/

(Google translation, sorry):
As part of the development of a game console, DONTNOD Entertainment, creator of Remember Me (CAPCOM) and Life is Strange (SQUARE / ENIX) is looking for a Game / Level Designer Senior with strong experience in RPG or Action RPG. Description Mission:

  • Under the responsibility of Game Director, you will participate in the creation of a video game console.
  • You will develop the design of mechanical oriented RPG gameplay together with game designers, programmers and artists.
http://emploi.afjv.com/video_game_jobs.php?r=ECEP113-7756
 
May 24, 2013
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You'd have thought they'd be busy enough with Life is Strange right now.
I don't think we know that much about Life Is Strange, but it wouldn't surprise me if the scope for that game was relatively small and thus didn't require a full dev team (or at least not for as long as a Remember Me). Maybe their next big project is actually the RPG.
 
Mar 5, 2014
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Level designer? Hey I could do that. I have plenty of experience. I've beaten Dark Souls and Dark Souls 2
(okay I didn't beat this one, but it's fine)
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Anyway, good luck to Dontnod, hopefully Life is Strange is good and they get some popularity for this game.
 
Jan 6, 2014
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If it's as good as Remember Me, I'll be very pleased indeed.

DONTNOD's ability to realise their imagination is something more developers need.

RealEdit: Wait, a mechanically-oriented RPG? HELL YEAH! Keep fighting the good fight, DONTNOD.
 
Oct 24, 2013
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I think these mid range developers are trying to work on a couple games at a time so that if one falls through the studio still survives. Ninja Theory has a few games in development, too - Hellblade is a very small part of their studio, only a 12 person team. I bet Life is Strange is similar. Being an episodic adventure game, it's probably well suited to a small team.