It seems that every week there’s a brand new rumor about The Division getting a sequel, and people using some of the most random and trivial material possible to explain it. However, this latest bit of speculation does have some merit to it. If you check out Ubisoft’s job listing page, you’ll see a number of new positions just popped up, many of them specifically for The Division. How many jobs, you may ask? Two, three, maybe four? Try 25 brand new jobs, which include positions like a narrative designer, senior level artist, senior concept artist, technical game designer, prop artist, web tools programmer, data manager, character concept artist, associate producer, and more.
So why would you need to hire all these people for a game that’s already been out for a while now? Unless they’re planning some sort of expansive DLC or throwing out a bunch of smoke and mirrors to cover up for another game, the easy bet is that we’re getting a sequel to The Division and they’re building up a staff to make it happen. If you feel like you have the chops to join their team and have a say in whatever they’re making, you can visit their job board here and send your resume their way.
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