This role is for the next gen 3A open world RPG for the biggest IP and moba game in China: Honor of kings. The game is to convent the core character and world element into a playable open world and to create a strong narrative that pays off for all the love for the iconic character in Moba. 
 
Job Responsibility:
 
1. Collaborate with China team to create top quality narrative. Including worldbuilding (HOK regions pillar ideas and lore to direct the open world design).
2. Story development (To work with narrative lead on overall narrative design, story structure, plot development, original character and IP key character polish etc.).
3. Script supervision and writing for main/side quest and future translation management.
 
Job Requirement:
1. Open world narrative design. 
Great experience in narrative design of large -scale open world, can handle the complexity of narrative layers in it and experienced in collaboration with Quest designer. 
2. Storytelling. 
Solid skills in storytelling. Be able to create and redefine iconic characters, greatplots and story structures, and developing storylines based on long term service game.
3. Script writing. 
Great game writing skill that can land the story with quest designer. 
4. Transcreation. 
To oversee the localization of oversea marketa, including translation and culture preference in the future. Not immediately required . 
 
 
The base pay range for this position in Washington and California is $95,400 to $174,900 per year. 
Actual pay is based on market location and may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. A sign on payment, relocation package, and restricted stock units may be provided as part of the compensation package, as well as other medical, financial, and/or other benefits, dependent on the specific position offered. 
Employees (and their families) are covered by medical, dental, vision, and basic life insurance. 
Employees are also able to enroll in the Company’s 401(k) plan, 15-25 days of vacation leave per year (Vacation hours accrued based on years of service), 12 days of paid holidays, and 10 days of paid sick leave.

 

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