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As per a new job posting on the Blizzard Careers Page, comes new details about a "robust first-person engine for an unannounced project" that requires someone with "proven experience in vehicle handling". And so put two and two together and you get the headline. Blizzard, working on a new first-person title with vehicles in it.

Now, just what could it be? Well, we have no idea. Perhaps a cinematic narrative off-shoot for Overwatch, or something else entirely. A first-person game set in the StarCraft Universe. Either way we're excited to find out more.

Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a talented gameplay engineer to help create vehicles and build vehicle handling features in a robust first-person engine for an unannounced project. The ideal candidate has proven experience in vehicle handling, with exposure to other game systems like physics, animation, and cameras. They must have outstanding people skills and a longstanding passion for playing games across multiple genres and platforms.

Usually job listings at Blizzard note specific franchises and a passion for them as a plus in potential candidates. The fact that this doesn't mention any Blizzard game specifically has us thinking that it's the long-rumored new first-person IP from the studio.

Perhaps we'll get a reveal at BlizzCon 2018?

In other Blizzard news, there's currently a Blizzard Holiday Sale happening with big savings on everything from Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Diablo III, StarCraft II, and StarCraft: Remastered.

Plus, now with the added bonus of being able to gift Blizzard games this is a great last minute stop for holiday shopping.

  • Overwatch - $29.95 AUD.
  • Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition - $44.95 AUD.
  • StarCraft II: Campaign - $44.99 AUD
  • StarCraft II: Campaign Collection Digital Deluxe Edition- $67.49 AUD
  • StarCraft: Remastered - $14.95 AUD
  • World of Warcraft - $12.45 AUD
  • World of Warcraft Legion (Standard Edition) - $34.95 AUD
  • World of Warcraft Legion Digital Deluxe - $59.95 AUD
  • Diablo III Battle Chest - $29.95 AUD
  • Diablo III: Rise of the Necromancer - $14.50 AUD

Head here for the sale page plus more deals on several in-game goodies.

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