Spec Ops: The Line developer recruiting for next-gen free-to-play project

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 4 December 2013 02:51 GMT

Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager is seeking new staff to work on a free-to-play, next-gen title, presumably its long-awaited new project.

A series of positions advertised on Yager’s website make mention of the triple-A project.

Individual postings mention vehicle combat, weapons, free-to-play, next-gen, action, the latest version of Unreal Engine and multiplayer.

Yager licensed Unreal Engine 4 earlier this year, mentioning a next-gen triple-A project in the works. The unknown title was first teased in August 2012 but a promised reveal is yet to materialise.

Spec Ops: The Line went down quite well with critics and has passionate fans, but failed to sell strongly enough to secure a sequel.

Thanks, CVG.

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