Call Of Duty developer, Sledgehammer Games, has been posting job ads lately and this time the studio is looking for a sound designer.
According to the add, Sledgehammer games is looking for a senior sound designer “to help create a fresh new AAA aural experience for our next project” who will probably work on this year’s Call Of Duty.
Sledgehammer Games is looking for a passionate and experienced game Sound Designer to help create a fresh new AAA aural experience for our next project. As per the ad, the person who gets the job will “be involved in virtually every aspect of game audio content development alongside one of the most passionate and experienced audio teams in the industry.
Activision has already said that this year’s Call Of Duty will be taking the series back to its roots and according to the developers themselves, Call Of Duty 2017 is their best yet.
While replying to a fan, studio head and co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, Glen Schofield said that they will be taking the series back to its roots and said that he can’t wait to reveal it and fans are “gonna go nuts”.
Also, a few months back a rumor emerged on the internet suggesting that this year’s Call Of Duty title might skip the futuristic setting and could be set in the 1950s.
Call Of Duty 2017 is expected to launch this fall for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation and is expected to be revealed in May.