Valve hiring another psychologist to help create next-gen games

Valve is hiring another psychologist to help them 'craft compelling gameplay experiences' to better get inside of your mind.

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Valve really wants to get into our heads more in their future games, with the developer hiring another psychologist to join the team.

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The new psychologist will help Valve craft the future of some of their games, with the developer noting: "We hire people with broad skill sets who also exhibit deep expertise. Psychologists at Valve contribute to a wide variety of initiatives across the company and are trusted to prioritize their work in collaboration with their peers".

Valve is hoping the new staffer can help the developer:

  • Craft compelling gameplay experiences for future Valve titles
  • Provide insights on human behavior to improve customer experiences on Steam, our game distribution platform
  • Conduct statistical analyses on Valve's gameplay, financial, and company data to identify patterns of behavior
  • Research compelling new hardware technologies
  • Design experiments to evaluate various gameplay hypotheses and design choices
  • Improve existing playtesting methodologies
  • Develop innovative ways of acquiring data to answer questions about Valve's products and business practices

You can read the whole job posting on Valve's official website.

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