The announcement of Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima hit throughout Paris Video games Week 2017. Since then, information has trickled out about it piecemeal. Inarguably, essentially the most imprecise facet in regards to the title issues its potential launch date. If a current job itemizing for the studio is something to go by, it seems Ghost of Tsushima’s launch could also be additional off than followers are hoping.
A few days in the past, a brand new job itemizing for Sucker Punch Productions went dwell on Gamasutra. The job in query is for a Narrative Author, particularly one who can “assist create partaking narrative content material” for Ghost of Tsushima. Based on the itemizing, Sucker Punch intends to rent for a “full-time, contract place.” On this position, the Narrative Author will likely be anticipated to help within the growth of story and write dialogue. The brief checklist under offers a top level view of tasks for the Narrative Author:
Write prime quality dialogue underneath tight deadlines for a various forged of characters who dwell on this planet of 13th century Japan.Work carefully with content material designers to write down missions for an open-world sport.Contribute to different inventive areas of the narrative together with secondary sport content material, dialogue barks, and writing content material for advertising and marketing supplies.
This appears an enormous place to fill for a sport that’s supposedly been in manufacturing for some time. Nonetheless, that this will likely function an indication of Ghost of Tsushima’s nonetheless being in early growth is mere conjecture. With no assertion from Sucker Punch, there’s no means of realizing how the Narrative Author will operate inside the already established staff of creatives. Maybe this position will consist of somebody who primarily focuses their efforts on facet missions? It’s additionally doable a brand new Narrative Author is being employed to switch somebody who just lately departed the studio. Once more, the entire above is barely conjecture, which must be taken frivolously till both Sucker Punch or Sony formally weigh in.
[Source: Gamasutra via SegmentNext]