Treyarch Looking for a Designer to Take Levels “from Design to Completion”

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Treyarch posted a job listing on the studio’s website looking for a Level Builder/Designer, preferably with Call of Duty modding experience.

Earlier this month, Activision confirmed that there will be a new Call of Duty releasing this year. While 2012’s CoD has yet to be subtitled, several reports, retail leak and domain registration, point to the name Black Ops 2, which Treyarch should be the studio behind it.

As we near the final stretch before the reveal of the next Call of Duty, Treyarch is looking for a designer to finalize the game’s levels. The posting reads,”we are looking for self-motivated designers with intense creative vision and fresh ideas for gameplay. Our Level Designers collaborate with the level team to take a game level from design to completion.”

As it’s been the case with previous Call of Duty titles, it is expected that multiplayer maps in conjunction with single-player levels. The listing mentions that the candidate must “have strong hands-on experience, with a mod team or preferably a published title, with single player or multiplayer level creation.” The mod tools experience, which Sledgehammer seems to value as well, was reiterated at the bottom of the listing, “a build test utilizing Call of Duty mod tools may be required depending on previous experience.”

It’s worth noting that Activision promised this year’s title will bring “meaningful innovation to the franchise

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