Media Vision hiring 3D character modeler for PS4 RPG to ‘create new monster models and upgrade existing monsters’

The new Digimon Story title?

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Media Vision is hiring a 3D character modeler for a PlayStation 4 RPG to “create new monster models and upgrade monster models from previous title(s).”

The job listing, posted on Silicon Studio Agent, mentions that the game uses “cel-shaded anime-style models,” but that they are creating “high-end models” through sculpting for NormalMap creation.

The start date for the position is around October.

Media Vision developed both Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth and Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory. Publisher Bandai Namco has been known to be working on a new Digimon Story game as far back as December 2017, made this time with PlayStation 4 as a base. The most recent update was at Anime Expo 2019 in July, where Digimon game series producer Kazumasa Habu said that the next Digimon Story will not be a direct sequel to Cyber Sleuth, and that it will take place in an entirely new setting that occurs in both the real and digital worlds.

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