Its release helped turn the Switch into an instant success, and a lot of people really seemed to love the way it changed the usual Zelda formula. A recently discovered job listing reveals the company is looking for level designers for the next Hylian adventure, and if you've got level planning experience, you could fulfill a lifelong dream of actually working on a Zelda game. The job role includes planning in-game events, dungeons and creating enemies. The position requires previous experience in game development and proficiency in Japanese (the job is listed on Nintendo's Japanese website). In 2017, longtime series producer Eiji Aonuma told Game Informer that there was "definitely a possibility" that the 3DS Zelda team would work on a game for the Nintendo Switch.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has only been out for a little more than a year, but it appears Nintendo is gearing up for Link's next big adventure. You might think a playable Zelda mod would be straightforward, but modders are going above and beyond. Depending on abilities and aptitude the level designer on the Zelda series will be responsible for the following tasks.
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Whatever it does, we've probably go quite a wait ahead of us. If you'd like to apply for this Japan-based position, you can do so over via the listing linked above.