Media Vision hiring for PS4 RPG

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Media Vision, the studio behind the Wild Arms series, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth and Hacker’s Memory, and Valkyria Chronicles 4, is hiring a 2D designer for a new PlayStation 4 RPG.

Here are the details of the job listing:

Company: Media Vision

Job: 2D Designer

Type of Employment: Full-Time, Contracted, and Temporary

Job Contents: Character illustration production work in consumer game development for character design on a currently in-development title.

  • Hardware: PS4
  • Genre: RPG

Requirements:

Essential:

  • Someone who can properly draw models of people.
  • Someone who has illustration production experience of various tastes.

Preferred:

  • Someone who has experience in RPG development.
  • Someone who has experience in working in consumer game and native application development.

Thanks, [email protected].

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