About Level Infinite


Level Infinite is a global gaming brand dedicated to delivering high-quality and engaging interactive entertainment experiences to a worldwide audience, wherever and however they choose to play.  It operates from bases in Amsterdam and Singapore with staff around the world. 
To learn more about Level Infinite, visit www.levelinfinite.com, and follow on Twitter,Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

■具体的な業務内容

・特にオープンワールドゲームのデザイン・開発において革新への情熱を共有し、世界レベルのナラティブチームを構築、リードし、成長させていきます

・プロジェクトのすべてのナラティブワークをリード、サポートし、必要に応じてハンズオンの役割を果たし、クラス最高のインゲームストーリーテリングを確保します

・スタジオ内のチームと協力し、プロジェクトに効果的なナラティブデザインと実装戦略を定義します

・クリエイティブ・ディレクター、その他のリード、および多様な専門分野グループと密接に連携し、ゲーム全体にわたって統一性のある高品質のナラティブ体験を提供します

・インゲームおよびスタンドアロンの映像製作の詳細なストーリーボード、アニマティックの作成と更新を監督します

・ナラティブ部門を支援し、AAAを生み出すために必要なリソース、設備、構築物を確保します。

・コスト効率と拡張性に優れた方法でビジネスの要求と成長をサポートするために、品質を犠牲にすることなくナラティブ部門の能力を高める方法を決定するためのリーダーシップと戦略的ビジョンを提供します

 

 

◆経験/能力要求

・ヨーロッパとアメリカのファンタジー文学に精通している

・グローバルな視野: 語学力(中国語・英語)

・6年間以上の専門的なAAAゲームの開発経験

・現世代ゲーム(PS4/XBOX ONEまたはPS5/XBOX シリーズX)で、一本以上のオープンワールドタイトルを出荷した経験

・ビジュアル理論、ストーリーテリング、プロット、構造、キャラクターに関する専門的な理解

・ゲームと映画・エンターテインメント業界全体に情熱を持ち、ゲームにおけるシナリオ設計と実装に関する専門知識を有し、ゲームデザインの基礎に精通していること

・ゲームにおける明確で 一貫性のある、説得力のあるストーリーテリングを作成能力を有していること

・ライティングへの情熱

・優れた文書および口頭でのコミュニケーション能力

・ビデオゲーム、映画業界とのコネクションを持つネットワーキングのエキスパート

      

◆勤務地:

・上海ベース

 

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