- The Wargaming studio is reportedly working on at least three unannounced games that are currently in development, as noted on its official website.
- The studio is hiring for an unannounced AAA free-to-play PC game targeted at Western audiences. It may feature many maps and could be developed in Unreal Engine or Unity.
- Another unannounced title is in development, which is a cross-platform third-person shooter game, which is in the final stages of development.
- The third unannounced entry is a new MMO game for PC and console. It seems to feature heavy fantasy elements and could combine 2D and 3D environments.
Wargaming is the prolific developer behind many popular AAA free-to-play games, including World of Tanks, World of Tanks, World of Warplanes, and Master of Orion, among many others. Fans have always wondered about the next titles of the renowned studio; now we know it is working on multiple unannounced games.
The Wargaming studio is seemingly hiring for multiple unannounced projects, as eXputer noticed on its official website. The company has posted a plethora of job listings that discusses a few of its unannounced games that are currently in the early or late stages of development.
We have reasons to believe that at least three games are in the brewer, as noted by the requirements and descriptions written in each advertisement. Analyzing each job listing has allowed us to figure out the future of the company. The hirings for at least one project appear to fall under the AAA scope in size and budget.
Wargaming is hiring a UX designer for its growing Warsaw studio regarding a “new, yet unannounced AAA F2P PC game aimed at Western audience.” The new project may possibly be a new IP and not a sequel, but the details for it are very scarce.
Regardless, another ad seeking a technical artist list “profile and optimize memory and performance gains for in-game maps and content” as a requirement, which suggests that the unannounced AAA project will feature multiple maps. Moreover, Wargaming is hiring people in its different studios for the aforesaid game.
The same listing also lists out “experience with game engines (Unity/Unreal),” suggesting that it will use one of the listed engines to fuel the new entry.
The genre for the unnamed unannounced title also remains unclear, but it is likely to be an FPS or a war-themed entry considering the studio’s previous works. The other ads for the same project do not provide any major hints about the new entry. Additionally, it will be free-to-play like most of its other games and PC only.
Regardless, a cross-platform unannounced game, which is a third-person shooter is also in the brewer. Its development also appears to be in the final stages, as noted in the appropriate job listings. For instance, Wargaming is hiring a “Webmaster/Junior Front-end Developer” for the new entry.
We’re in the final stages of developing a cutting-edge cross-platform 3rd person shooter, and we’re looking for someone to help bring our vision to life,” notes the listing.
The other listings concerning the same project do not reveal more details. The listings for the third-person shooter game do not mention a free-to-play aspect, which could suggest that it will cost money. Furthermore, an official announcement for the unannounced entry may follow this year, noting its final stages of development.
That is not all; Wargaming is also crafting a “new MMO game for PC and console,” as noticed on many of its job listings. The project appears to contain heavy fantasy elements, and likely multiple maps and heroes of some nature, as noted in the requirements for the associate art director job listing.
There could be many fantasy or MMO-related projects in the brewer, as teased in the listing, although that is just speculation for now. The MMO game may also blend 2D and 3D environments. It will be fueled in the Unreal Engine or Unity, as per the ad. The other listings for the same title do not share any extra details.
Wargaming may not reveal any official footage about the new projects soon, but some of them may be revealed this year. The release dates for the unannounced titles may range from next year to a few years down the road.
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