Get a job in the Midlands writing the story, dialogue and missions for an upcoming game
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Writer/Narrative Designer – Triple-A Next Gen Video Games Developer
UK - Midlands
Writer/Narrative Designer – triple-A Next Gen Video Games Developer – Up to £35k+ DoE benefits This is a great opportunity for an experienced Writer / Narrative Designer to join one of the video games industries most successful and well respected studios.
This is a company that has been at the cutting edge of the games industry for many years and continues to push the limits when it comes to next generation gaming. The company are looking for a talented Writer / Narrative Designer to join the team on a Fixed Term Contract.
The successful candidate will become a key member of a creative group looking to fashion a compelling narrative experience on an exciting triple-A title.
• Writing dialogue for interactive cutscenes and scripted missions.
• Writing ambient dialogue to enhance the fiction.
• Creating characters.
• Working with the Lead Writer to ensure high quality writing with a consistent tone across the game.
• Working with creative leads to help story board scenes.
• Working with level designers to provide mission dialogue.
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