Uncharted co-creator, Amy Hennig, and her canceled Star Wars project colleague, Todd Stashwick, are working with a “core team of industry veterans” on a brand new action-adventure sport.
As noticed by GamesRadar, this replace got here from Stashwick on Twitter, the place he introduced vacancies for a Senior Animation Engineer and a Senior Software Engineer for Unreal Engine at Skydance Media – the brand new studio constructed by Hennig and fellow business veteran Julian Beak.
I’m working with @amy_hennig and a core crew of business vets on an thrilling motion/journey sport. Seeking of us that need to push-state-of the artwork animation tech: https://t.co/GnqmA1YyeF. Also If u have intensive Unreal Engine expertise see extra right here: https://t.co/3OjTQZ2lFF. pic.twitter.com/wQJ8Jjwphf
— Todd Vaxwick (@ToddStashwick) May 17, 2021
Descriptions of the roles reveal that Skydance is working on “a high quality, AAA single-player story-driven action-adventure game built using the Unreal Engine.” A short description of the brand new studio states that it’s “laser-focused on premium action-adventure games with rich, compelling stories.”
“Our first productions will tap into the traditions of adventure cinema to create an engaging, energetic experience that captures the spirit of TV and film to excite both gamers and non-gamers alike,” reads the job commercial. “These games will be best-in-class for both visual fidelity and innovative gameplay on the latest console platforms and PCs.”
Skydance goals to maintain its AAA crew small with the intention to “maintain the highest levels of familiarity, trust and effectiveness.” The present crew is comprised of veterans with a mean expertise of 20 years within the video video games business.
We’ll replace our readers when we now have extra details about the undertaking.