Polyphony Digital Expands Hiring Search To English Applicants

Gran Turismo Series 30 January 31, 2017 by

Fancy working for one of Sony’s biggest first-party studios and the creators of Gran Turismo? If so, then you’re in luck, as Polyphony Digital recently updated its recruitment page with a variety of job positions. The full list is below:

  • UI Designer
  • GT Explore Studio
  • AI Engineer
  • Online Engineer
  • Graphics Engineer
  • Game Engine Development Engineer
  • Game Script Engineer
  • Sound Development Engineer
  • Mobile Application Engineer
  • Internal Tool Development Engineer
  • Car Simulation Development Engineer
  • Physics Engine Development Engineer
  • CG Artist
  • Technical Artist

It’s worth noting that this time Polyphony is looking for those who are proficient in English, and the listings state that accepted candidates will work in Polyphony’s Japanese studios in Fukuoka and Tokyo (as well as Amsterdam and Los Angeles in the case of the GT Explore Studio).

This isn’t the first time Polyphony has gone on a hiring spree but it is interesting that expansion is continuing in various areas close to the promised release of Gran Turismo Sport later this year. Back in 2015, Polyphony made waves when it was revealed the team had poached previous Forza sound man Mike Caviezel for a Senior Audio Lead position.

Here is the link to the full list of job openings from PD’s website.

Thanks to AKps3 for the tip.

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