Nintendo Hiring Level Designer for The Legend of Zelda Game Series

Steve Phelps
May 9, 2018

Nintendo is looking to hire a new level designer for The Legend of Zelda, leading many to believe work on a sequel is underway.

According to the information contained in the job announcement, the level designer in question should deal with dungeons, scenarios, management of events and enemies, obviously with a view to a new project dedicated to the series of The Legend of Zelda.

Since the Nintendo 64 era, the series has generally stuck 3D games on home consoles and 2D games on handheld ones, but there have been occasional exceptions. The applicant should also be confident in speaking Japanese as the position requires working with a group.

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Have you ever wanted to play the lovely princess, Zelda, in Breath of the Wild? Even if the game is already under development, it could be years before we see gameplay and even longer for a release. It's been met with one side accusing Nintendo of "SJW bulls***t" for even entertaining the idea, whilst others just really want to play a Zelda game through the princess' point of view.

The last top-down Zelda game, the 3DS-exclusive multiplayer title The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, didn't receive the best reviews. An unfinished character model - which was discovered deep in the game's code - was used as a base for her build, with the team constructing everything from new dialogue and armour to adjusting the score and adding an appropriate title screen.

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