Witcher 3's Geralt walking into a medieval city with swords on his back.

Unique Sound Design Job Opportunity For Audiophile Witcher Fans

If you’re an audiophile, adept at using sound design and audio-editing software, and a gaming fanatic: your ideal job opportunity has just been made available.

CD Projekt Red, the unorthodoxly generous, Polish developers behind 2015’s phenomenal, and breathtaking, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, are on the lookout for an experienced Sound Designer to join the team.

CD Projekt Red are working on Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, a fully pimped spin-off of The Witcher’s ludicrously addictive mini-game, and want someone to aid in the development of the games’ sound.

Despite the plethora of deep and intriguing storylines to get heavily entrenched into and the consistently beautiful panoramas to marvel at, playing round after round of gwent became a major distraction for many gamers. The simplistic, yet strangely addictive, card game left you with a ‘just one more…’ feeling and the brilliant soundtrack of instrumental gems that accompanied the mini-game further enhanced its addictiveness.

Providing you have the relevant skills, you can now join one of the most popular devs in the gaming community and play an integral part in the production of the audio aspect of Gwent. So what are you waiting for?

Applications can be made here: http://en.cdprojektred.com/jobs/sound-designer-gwent.

Just bear in mind that to make this pact with CD Project Red, you’ll need to relocate to Warsaw.

Written by Stuart Fry

Ever since the mid '90s, when I could be found with a joystick in-hand playing New York Blitz and Asteroids on a battered, dusty old Commodore, I have been fanatical about gaming. Since then I have accumulated tens of thousands of gaming hours across a diverse array of genres on a multitude of consoles.

When I'm not attempting to win the Champions League with my local club, planning a strategy for world domination, or, pulverising zombies, I can be found in the mundane of the 'real world', trying to be a responsible adult.

Due to be married soon, but the consoles and gaming desktops are not at risk of being outlawed: fortunately, I found one of those elusive gamer girls!