Nintendo is Hiring a Level Designer for Making Zelda

Olive Hawkins
May 8, 2018

The job role includes planning in-game events, dungeons and creating enemies. 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.

Now it seems Nintendo doesn't want to wait an entire console generation for a new Zelda game - at least if this job posting is anything to go on.

Publication site vgculturehq.com has posted up a piece that touches on Nintendo looking for a person to fill in a new level designer position to help with The Legend of Zelda series.

The candidate will need to be able to communicate in Japanese, and will be provided with a housing allowance on top of a regular salary if necessary.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was unquestionably one of the biggest games of 2017.

Nintendo has yet to confirm the next entry in the Legend of Zelda franchise, but it's likely at least pre-production is underway. You might think a playable Zelda mod would be straightforward, but modders are going above and beyond. Weapon degradation was by far the most annoying feature in Breath of the Wild.

Prior to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's release, speculation was rampant about Zelda being playable.

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