Creative assembly is working on a first-person tactical shooter

Jul 10 2019 2 min read

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Thanks to a recent job posting by Creative Assembly, it can be inferred that the developer's next game will be a new IP featuring class-based heroes and microtransactions. Sounds kind of like Overwatch and all the other hero shooters out there. This information was discovered by Twitter user AllGamesDelt_

The job vacancy is for the position of Lead Hero Designer which states that they're "looking for an experienced game designer to work on a groundbreaking fps." Of particular notice are the following statements, 

  • Providing guidance on visual design and cosmetics. A broad understanding of monetisation, rewards and art production will be enormously helpful in the success of this role. 

And under key responsibilities, 

  • As Lead Hero Designer on our project, you will ensure our game heroes match the creative world and vision, providing compelling gameplay.

This clearly hints at a hero shooter similar to Blizzard's Overwatch, which will have a distinct graphical style and an emphasis on cosmetic microtransactions. Under essential is listed "experience in AAA development" and "a detailed understanding of hero/class-based shooters." They also desire a designer with experience using Unreal Engine 4. 

No official news has been released yet, but this posting clearly shows that Creative Assembly is cooking up something interesting. 

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