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Submitted by UISProphet 2175d ago | news

Feeling Burnout in the Workplace?

Criterion Games have recently posted an employment advertisement for an "Associate Artist" on their official website.

"Do you have what it takes to join Criterion Games? We're searching for new recruits to join the best games team in the business and work on the best games in the world.

We're looking for artists with plenty of experience, so if you don't know the meaning of terms like vertex, lod or mipmap, then unfortunately this opportunity won't be for you.

You'll need to have an excellent knowledge of both 2D and 3D art creation, strong Photoshop and Maya modelling and texturing skills and a passion for games. You'll need to know what makes not just a great game, but a Criterion game.

If you think you're up to the challenge, then head on over to www.jobs.ea.com and get in touch. Send a full CV and plenty of examples of your best low-polygon work, experience of working on driving games is a definite plus." (Culture, Dev, Industry, Tech)

Credit url: criteriongames.com

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