With Call of Duty: WWII heading our way in less than two months, publisher Activision is bringing us back to the good old says of WWII shooters, and although we just recently learned that the Call of Duty series will feature more historical approaches in the future, a new job advertisement has given us a different ideas.
Call of Duty developer Treyarch is looking for multiple Combat Systems Designers to "build compelling and fun gameplay systems" for prototype usage for their company's projects. The job position will help Treyarch to develop and ensure a concept's integrity over time, so the job will take some time and responsibility. The most noteworthy points of the job advertisement, however, are the highlighted bullet points. One of them is searching for applicants with modern military technology, that could be seen as the first hint of future scenarios we will see in coming Call of Duty entries. The second one is going out to all passionate gamers:
- Deep knowledge base of firearms and modern military technology.
- Prestige 1 or above in Black Ops 3 Multiplayer.
All the job details can be found over here and good luck to everyone who applies. Would you like more modern Call of Duty games?