Sony and Insomniac Video games are gearing up for a brand new mission, to the shock of nobody. A current set of job listings have appeared on LinkedIn, trying to find a Senior Audio Designer and Audio Designer (FXT) for an upcoming sport. Now, it’s value noting that these job listings are posted by Sony and are contract positions at the side of Insomniac Video games. In different phrases, this isn’t a everlasting place with Insomniac Video games or Sony, however will final at some stage in the mission or as wanted (which is widespread inside online game growth). It additionally means the brand new two new-hires will work at Insomniac Video games briefly.
It’s essential to notice that Insomniac Video games isn’t a first-party studio, however fairly, second-party, which suggests the workforce could make video games completely for PlayStation, however nonetheless stay impartial. And though nothing has been confirmed, it’s extremely doubtless this will likely be a PlayStation unique, as the corporate has been recognized for, as of late.
With that in thoughts, it’s doable that this can be a sequel to final yr’s Marvel’s Spider-Man, a sport that carried out extraordinarily nicely, each critically and commercially. Once more, we haven’t gotten official affirmation from Sony or Insomniac, however a sequel must be no less than in pre-production, if not already nicely into growth. If it’s not Spider-Man 2, it may very well be a followup to 2016’s Ratchet and Clank, a sport that additionally carried out nicely. Or it may very well be a brand new IP solely.
Job postings like these pop up on a regular basis, however the truth that they’re at the side of Insomniac Video games makes it straightforward to take educated guesses as to what they is likely to be.
Seeing as Sony isn’t going to be at E3 this yr, we in all probability gained’t hear about any main PlayStation exclusives from the present itself. However we might very nicely get one other State of Play presentation displaying off the upcoming title generally sooner or later.
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