PixelOpus developing Unreal Engine 5 PS5 game in collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation

Hiring principle graphics programmer and senior engine programmer.

Concrete Genie

Concrete Genie developer PixelOpus is hiring a principle graphics programmer and senior engine programmer to work on an “exciting new PlayStation 5 title,” the studio announced.

Each job listing notes that the game runs on Unreal Engine 5 and that the game is being crafted in partnership with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse studio Sony Pictures Animation.

Here are the job listings:

Principal Graphics Programmer

PixelOpus, creator of the award-winning Concrete Genie, is seeking outstanding talent to join our passionate and creative family in crafting an exciting new PlayStation 5 title.

We are seeking a Principal Graphics Programmer to contribute to our development process as we tackle exciting innovation and rendering opportunities through a collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation. This position specializes in programming that centers around the graphics functionality of the PlayStation 5 and Unreal 5 game engine, but with our small team, responsibilities will be diverse.

Senior Engine Programmer

PixelOpus, creator of the award-winning Concrete Genie, is seeking outstanding talent to join our passionate and creative family in crafting an exciting new PlayStation 5 title.

We are seeking a Senior Engine Programmer with a generalist skillset to architect, implement, and modify runtime and tools features of PixelOpus’ engine technology and Unreal 5. This position will contribute to our development process as we tackle exciting innovation and creative opportunities through a collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation.

You will write and optimize code with a heavy focus on usability, maintainability, and real-time performance. If you enjoy working with content creators to bring their artistic and systemic visions of a game to life please apply!

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