Far From Home S.A. is a Wrocław based studio made with experienced gamedev enthusiasts (working previously on games like Dying Light, Call of Juarez, Divinity: Original Sin, The Medium), which specialise in action games with narrative elements.
We’re working on a new sci-fi ruined Earth themed game, called Project Oxygen, for a PC and major next gen consoles, planned for Early Access in the middle of 2022.
What we expect:
- your communication skills, both written and verbal, are outstanding
- you have experience with all facets of story writing, including brainstorming, story structure, character creation, world-building, cut-scenes and dialogue
- you can create world lore by describing items, fauna and flora, enemies etc.
- you can cooperate with development team in the implementation of written game material and you can keep its consistency throughout the whole production process
- you are able to give and receive feedback
What we require:
- previous writing experience in the games industry
- knowledge of narrative techniques, trends and technology
- fluent English and Polish, both written and spoken
- practical knowledge if implementing and testing written material
- familiarity with localization pipelines
What additional skills we value:
- you find time to play video games, you know stories they sell and its meanings
- previously published written work (novels, short fiction, film, television, comics)
- practical knowledge of UE4
What we offer:
- experienced team composed of gamedev veterans
- ambitious projects
- loyalty program based on company shares
- salary range 4 000 – 8 000 zł net + VAT [B2B]
- remote or hybrid work in our Wrocław’s office
- flexible working hours (core hours 10 am – 3 pm)
- autonomous decision making
- influence on the company future and its next projects
Please send your CV and portfolio to email@example.com and include this clause in your application:
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