Senior Unity Multiplayer Programmer in London
Are you a Unity Programmer with experience working on multiplayer games? Do you like the sound of working at a thriving studio on some exciting unique games? If so, this role is the one for you!
As a Senior Unity Multiplayer Programmer at this studio in London, you will be using your Unity3D skills to develop the in-house solution for supporting multiplayer games that will support multiple global titles. If you like the sound of having a huge impact on the outcome of the game you work on, you’ll be a great fit here!
This studio creates mobile free-to-play games as well as console games. Having found huge success in the past with previous releases, they’re looking forward to what the future holds for them with the new creative titles they have in the works. As a part of the team, you will enjoy flexible working hours, free food and drink onsite, loads of social events, private healthcare, gym membership, bonuses, and loads more!
Senior Unity Multiplayer Programmer responsibilities:
Key requirements for this role in London:
Could this be the role for you? If you think so, don’t hesitate to get in touch! Contact Katie on email@example.com or apply using the form below.
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