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Narrative Designer

  • Location: London
  • Salary/rate: £40,000 - £55,000
  • Date posted: 27/07/17
  • Job reference: 5600A
  • Permanent

Here at Amiqus, we are working with a top class VR studio who are developing a new IP which is going to be a feature length game which really pushes the boundaries of virtual reality, creating a truly immersive  experience for the player. 

They are looking for someone who: 

  • Has proven experience of delivering high quality narrative design 
  • Super creative with an amazing eye for detail, with a track record of delivering incredibly engaging content
  • Is not a one trick pony – you can turn your hand to any kind of writing, both creative and non-creative
  • Has a solid understanding of narrative in video games and you’re comfortable with technical aspects of game design
  •  *love* games
Fantastic opportunity and one not to be missed. Send CV's to 
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