Xenoblade Developer Recruiting For New Project

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Considering that it’s been a while since Xenoblade’s release, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that developer, Monolith Soft, are working on their next game. They’re also recruiting new employees for this new project.

 

The report comes by way of Hachimaki, who spotted the recruitment notice on Monolith Soft’s official website. Vacant positions include programmer, planner (the Japanese term for game designer), 3D CG designer, 2D designer, effects designer, and motion designer.

 

In recent years, Monolith Soft have worked on Soma Bringer, Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans and Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier for the Nintendo DS, and Disaster: Day of Crisis for the Wii. In 2007, they were acquired from Namco Bandai by Nintendo under whom they went on to develop Xenoblade.


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