Today, we realized that Creative Assembly Sofia will likely be engaged on a brand new Unreal Engine 5 powered motion game.

The studio acquired 5 years in the past from Crytek is now recruiting for a number of positions to increase for this new undertaking.

The staff are recruiting throughout all disciplines, prioritising candidates with expertise engaged on third-person titles utilizing the Unreal 5 engine. Current priorities embody game design, programming, technical artwork and animation.

Creative Assembly Sofia has labored on the DLCs Total War: Rome II – Empire Divided (2017) and Total War: Rome II – Rise of the Republic (2018) earlier than launching its personal standalone game, Total War Saga: Troy, in 2020. Our resident Total War fan, Chris Wray, cherished Troy (9/10).

With a targeted strategy, wanting on the Trojan War, Total War Saga: Troy presents you the selection between following the story of the warfare or forging your personal path, every time feeling totally different. This is enhanced by distinctive game mechanics for every faction throughout the game, although there are sadly a restricted quantity, in addition to including mechanics that each one factions work with just like the favour of gods. This is backed up by an excellent useful resource and city-management system, making this one of many extra strategic Total War titles on the market. There are some flaws, comparable to brokers principally feeling ineffective and some small niggles with diplomacy and allied AI, however these are outshone by the aforementioned positives and a fantastically tactical fight system because of enhanced items and new terrain, in addition to legendary items. Put merely, Total War Saga: Troy is an impressive first entry from Creative Assembly Sofia and a improbable entry to the Total War franchise, highlighting what the Saga spin-offs can convey.

The remainder of Creative Assembly is engaged on Hyenas, one other unannounced undertaking, and Total War (they only launched Immortal Empires this week).