Joe Danger devs seeks ‘fresh talent from outside video games’ to work on its hotly anticipated sci-fi title
Hello Games is hiring for programmers to work on No Man’s Sky, the sci-fi adventure game that captured the gaming world’s attention from its premier trailer.
The Guildford-based studio has posted jobs for a senior and junior programmer on Develop’s jobs boards.
No Man’s Sky is billed as a game of planetary exploration set in procedurally-generated worlds.
The independent developer, which currently employs fewer than ten staff, had its offices flooded in December. But since then, co-founder Sean Murray and his team have got back to work, and these new positions are a sign that development on No Man’s Sky is ready to pick up the pace.
“This is your chance to become a big part of a small team with epic ambitions,” reads Hello Games’ job posting for a junior programmer. “They are really interested in new fresh talent from outside video games to fill an exciting new role.”
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