Pixelopus, developer of the 2019 PlayStation 4 exclusive Concrete Genie, is hiring for its next project. Pixelopus is a first-party developer for Sony Interactive Entertainment, based in San Mateo, California.

Through a post on Linkedin, the studio revealed it is looking for a Senior Game Engine Programmer and a Gameplay Programmer for a, “new and exciting PlayStation 5 adventure.” No other details are known about the project at this time.

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In our Concrete Genie review, we thought the game was great, saying, “Success in Concrete Genie comes easily – probably too easily for some – but that ease lets its best moments breathe.”

The game got some recognition last year as well, receiving Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction and Outstanding Technical Achievement nominations at the DICE Awards, and a Games for Impact nomination at The Game Awards.

While we don’t know much about Pixelopus’ next project, we do know it’s coming to PlayStation 5, which is just over a month away from launch. This week, Sony gave us a teardown video for the PlayStation 5, promising a “dramatic improvement in performance in terms of processing power and quietness.”

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For more, read about every game confirmed for the PS5, or how Sony expects PS5 to sell more than PS4 did in its first fiscal year. If you’re still hoping to secure a PS5 at launch, check out our PS5 preorder guide, which we will update whenever new stock becomes available.

Story originally reported by PlayStation Universe.

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Logan Plant is a news writer for IGN, and the Production Assistant for Nintendo Voice Chat, IGN’s weekly Nintendo show. You can find him on Twitter at @LoganJPlant.
Source: IGN Video Games All

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