Home Counties based company (Mainly Remote based role)
£50-60k base + Package
We’re working with a well-established VR simulation business that has a strong specialism in immersive battlefield simulation training for the armed forces.
The company prides itself on its ultra-realistic simulation and this has resulted in their software being adopted by several of the world’s largest armed forces organisations.
They have taken the exciting step to take their true to life simulation to the games industry and have made a major investment to create a games studio which will be taking their simulation and turning this into a ‘first person shooter’ (FPS) game.
The plan will be for the game to launch across all platforms and will provide gamers with a more authentic experience than what’s currently out there!
As part of their growth plans, they’re looking for an experienced Unreal Developer to join their exciting new studio and play a key role in designing and building their new game and will have active involvement in developing the Artificial Intelligence behaviours within the Unreal Engine.
To qualify for this fantastic opportunity, the company are looking for an experienced Unreal Developer who is well versed with Unreal/C++ development and blueprint generation.
You will also have detailed experience of working with Artificial Intelligence behaviours.
In return for these skills, the company offers flexible, remote working and a full range of benefits including share/share options – you will also be offered fast track career progression!
To learn more about this unique opportunity, click apply and we’ll be in touch!
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