Most recently, CD Projekt Red has posted a Job Ad listing on its website for a new Animation Programmer to join their ranks. The applicant will be “working closely with the animators, character artists, designers and AI programmers”, and will be responsible for a variety of things, ranging from “prototyping and coding animation features” to “developing and maintaining animation system in [the] engine”.
“As an Animation Programmer you will be responsible for extending and maintaining the code of our animation technology, tools and pipelines,” reads the ad. “We are seeking for a gifted programmer to develop progressive animation systems for broad-scale games. You will have the opportunity to develop stunning animation features for our games.”
As of right now, there is no release date for Cyberpunk 2077. But if you want to read up more on the title, the developers let out a little bit of information regarding the classes you can play as. Read more about it, here.
CyberPunk 2077 has been one of those extremely hushed down games, giving fans nothing to go by, but a mere trailer which released a couple years back. Now in an interview with Game Reactor, Mike Pondsmith (creator of the tabletop game based on CyberPunk 2077 and consultant to developers) let slip a little bit of information on what to expect from the anticipated title.
- CyberPunk 2077 Could Release On Both Current And Next Generation Platforms
- CyberPunk 2077 Sends Out First Tweet In Over 3 Years
- Cyberpunk’s original creator says a 2077 tabletop game is “likely”
- CD Projekt Red Will Not Change First-Person Perspective In Cyberpunk 2077
- CD Projekt Red Address Cyberpunk 2077 First-Person Character Customization Concerns