New PlayStation Studio Firesprite Is Doing work on a ‘New AAA Narrative Adventure’

Firesprite, a United kingdom-primarily based match developer lately acquired by PlayStation, is employing a author for a new narrative adventure AAA title.

In a job listing posted on their website, Firesprite is wanting for a author “for the growth of an ambitious unannounced AAA title[.]” The task will have to have the writer to “create compelling character and story” and an excellent candidate is somehow “who understands how to construct a branching narrative.”

Even though Firesprite is finest regarded for its PSVR operate — having created video games like The Persistence and PlayStation The Playroom knowledge — Firesprite managing director Graeme Ankers advised that it’s not a promise the business will solely get the job done on VR video games now that it is joined PlayStation.

“The philosophy that we have is to really innovate and create on any platform. No matter if that is VR or non-VR,” Ankers explained.

Having said that, Firesprite hasn’t always ruled out VR either, and Sony confirmed that it’s doing work on a brand name-new edition of its well-known PSVR headset to operate together with the PlayStation 5. Sony even uncovered the new controllers that will go alongside with the headset, which is rumored to include a 4K screen, eye tracking, and more.


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Firesprite is the third studio PlayStation obtained this year alongside Returnal developers Housemarque, and Nixxes a Dutch studio that specializes in porting game titles to Pc.

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