New Content Might Be Coming From the Developer of Ghost of Tsushima

The company offers a job for combat designers

Exhibiting poetry in motion, Ghost of Tsushima is a modern-day masterpiece that allows players to become true-to-life samurai. The developer—Sucker Punch—has found immense success with this title, and now it seems that something else is in the works at the studio.

First spotted by Redditor Onioeninfinity_, Sucker Punch is looking for a “Combat Designer” according to their job listings. Someone who knows the ins and outs of melee battles, and is able to decrypt all technical jargon. The point that gives away the feeling that something big is coming is how it’s required that the applicant must have played Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima.

Combat Designer Job Offer
Combat Designer Job Offer

This could mean a bunch of things now. The way they’ve posted this job listing is obvious enough to declare the gravity of this job’s worth. Furthermore, we might get to see a Ghost of Tsushima sequel, or a DLC for the game. Another possibility is the development of an entirely different IP – something that would spark non-pareil excitement among fans.

It’s too early to come to a definite conclusion. We’ll have to let time unfold the revelations ahead. Till then, do let us know your thoughts about this job listing in the comments below.

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