The development team at Bethesda Game Studios is apparently working on a role-playing game for next-generation platforms. According to a report by The Official Xbox Magazine on Jan. 17, the company is looking to hire an executive producer, quest designers and programmers.
The job description for programmers implied that the studio behind the “Fallout” and “Elder Scrolls” series is looking for individuals to work on “bleeding-edge of RPG development.” For quest designers, the company wants employees with experience using “The Elder Scrolls Construction Set or GECK” to create “next generation products.” Finally, the executive producer needs to have “comprehensive knowledge of Action/Adventure/Shooter product genres.”
The development team is rumored to be working on the next video game in the “Fallout” series, which may end up being called “Fallout 4.” The aforesaid job descriptions implied that the studio may be starting to ramp up the production of the open-world first-person shooting role-playing game potentially for the PS4 and Xbox One.
Bethesda Game Studios previously worked on “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,” which came out for multiple platforms in 2011, and its various expansion packs before moving on to a new unnamed project. The PS4 and Xbox One both came out in North America last year. Sony’s new console launched on Nov. 15th while Microsoft’s next-generation system was made available a week later on Nov. 22nd.
You can take a look at several “Fallout 3” screens with the gallery to the left of this article.