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THE BUZZ: Battlefield developer DICE is hiring for the next-generation of consoles, according to a recent job listing.

listing for a senior software engineer reads:  “We believe in tailoring the role for the individual but tasks might include implementing new features and workflows for content creators, keeping track of performance and memory and optimizing for current- and next-gen.”

EGM’s TAKE: Based on the Battlefield development cycle you would expect the next game to be a next-gen title, how else could the team push the game any further without more raw power. Many next-gen job adverts have been popping up at various developers, so they all must be gearing up for an announcement of some kind in the next year or so. All we can do is sit and wait for either Microsoft or Sony to end the suffering and announce the new consoles. Just imagine what DICE could do with even more power?

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DICE Hiring For Next-Generation

Battlefield developer DICE is hiring for the next-generation of consoles, according to a recent job listing.

By Matthew Bennett | 04/4/2012 08:50 AM PT

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THE BUZZ: Battlefield developer DICE is hiring for the next-generation of consoles, according to a recent job listing.

listing for a senior software engineer reads:  “We believe in tailoring the role for the individual but tasks might include implementing new features and workflows for content creators, keeping track of performance and memory and optimizing for current- and next-gen.”

EGM’s TAKE: Based on the Battlefield development cycle you would expect the next game to be a next-gen title, how else could the team push the game any further without more raw power. Many next-gen job adverts have been popping up at various developers, so they all must be gearing up for an announcement of some kind in the next year or so. All we can do is sit and wait for either Microsoft or Sony to end the suffering and announce the new consoles. Just imagine what DICE could do with even more power?

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89