Gameplay Tester

Location:
Atherstone, Warwickshire
Job Type:
Contract
Job reference:
BBBH132118_1610644087
Posted:
about 1 month ago

Gameplay Tester

Twycross (remote until further notice)

18 months

Client Overview:

Our client is one of the world's largest technology companies! They develop, license and support a range of software products, services and devices. The Company's segments include Productivity and Business Processes, Intelligent Cloud and More Personal Computing.

Project Overview:

You will be working on the development team, working on their new and exciting game! You will join their one-of-a-kind game studio where they create the kind of games the world doesn't have. Working there offers opportunities unlike anywhere else. You'll be providing players with unforgettable shared experiences in games loved by millions worldwide.

You'll be joining one of the finest studios in the industry with support from the wider Xbox Game Studios network. We're always on the lookout for exceptional people who can bring their expertise and unique thinking to help make our team even stronger!

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

  • Assisting in the planning, building and delivery of new features, highlighting areas of risk or test complexity and proposing mitigations or solutions to optimise the development process and ensure our players enjoy a great experience.

  • Promoting test and quality within development and actively seeking out tasks that would benefit from test input. Ensuring Test processes allow the development team to iterate locally, rapidly and securely; finding issues close to creation.

  • You will be "improving our games and also improving the process for making them".

  • Providing a positive and professional attitude under pressure, demonstrating integrity and being a role model for others.

Key skills/experience required:

  • Experience in agile game development teams

  • Experience working with bug tracking solutions (preferably Azure DevOps).

  • Familiarity with Unreal Engine and Blueprint.

  • Previous experience working on a service or other online multiplayer title

  • You can discuss the game development processes you have experienced with confidence and how you have influenced them.

Suitable candidates should submit their CV in the first instance.

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