ZeniMax Online hiring for multiple unannounced games

ZeniMax Online is hiring dozens of developers to help ramp up for new unannounced projects, including a brand new online IP.

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ZeniMax Online currently has 52 job openings available across its Maryland, Texas, and San Diego branches, and is clearly ramping up for big new projects.

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The Elder Scrolls Online developer ZeniMax Online has been working on new projects for a while now, but the recent $7.5 billion acquisition from Microsoft will help accelerate these new games. The developer recently shared a post reminding everyone it's hiring a ton of people for these new projects. At the time of writing, the company has 52 job openings available that range from senior level designers to server engineers; 6 of them are for ESO, and the remaining 46 are for the "next AAA project."

We've actually known about the new project since 2018, and it should be a new MMORPG built with a fresh engine overhaul. The listings assert it'll be a AAA experience. There's also strong evidence it's set in a new IP, and speculation insists it could be a Starfield MMORPG.

No details have been confirmed just yet and we probably won't hear more about the mystery game until Microsoft is ready to announce it during a special showcase, possible E3 or The Game Awards.

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