Xenoblade Developer Monolith Soft Wants To Hire The Class Of 2022 For Their Next Game

Quick! Enroll in a Japanese university! There’s still time!

We’re not really sure what Monolith Soft is working on right now. In fact, the only news we’ve had recently has been from their hiring process – the studio behind the Xenoblade Chronicles series was hiring for a Legend of Zelda game back in 2019, an unnamed action game in 2018, and they helped out on Animal Crossing: New Horizons, too. The last we really heard about their current project was in mid-2020, when they spoke about developing Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, and making sure it didn’t impact the progress of their “new title”.

Well, Monolith Soft is at it again, whatever “it” is – they’ve just announced a few new positions aimed specifically at local Japanese students who are graduating in 2022, who can work at either their Tokyo or Kyoto locations. The four positions open are for a Programmer, Planner, and designer in their Tokyo office, and a Designer for their Kyoto office.

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