Ruffian signs major contract with one of the industry’s biggest publishers

New project for current generation consoles.

Ruffian Games, developer of 2010’s Xbox 360 sequel Crackdown 2, is developing “a number of as yet unannounced projects with some of the biggest publishers in the games industry,” according to recent job listings.

It’s “signed a major contract with one of the biggest publishers in the industry to create a AAA game for current generation consoles,” continues the job description.

The studio is looking for an art director and a few environment artists to help work on the projects. Apply here, if you’re interested:

Ruffian doesn’t mention which publisher or what type of games they’re working on, but if their Flickr profile is anything to go by, they’re doing something with the steampunk world.

Thanks, CVG.

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