Overview

Tripwire Interactive is looking for an Console Engineer to come join our team. As an independent studio and publisher, Tripwire develops the games that we want, on our own schedule. Tripwire provides a professional yet non-corporate environment where every team member’s input and collaboration matters. Based in Roswell, GA just north of Atlanta, Tripwire is in the perfect area for those that enjoy sunny weather and a relatively low cost of living.

As a Console Engineer you will have the opportunity to work with a design team that has already created some of the most popular multiplayer shooters in the world. Do you have the skills, experience and ability we’re looking for? If you do, apply now and help us take our games to the next level!

Job Responsibilities:

Implement systems and strategies to drive game quality across all platforms
Design, develop, and extend robust platform services using PSN, Xbox Live, and other online services
Collaborate with games teams to create and maintain online components and features.
Respond to certification requirements and other technical issues during development and after release
Analyze and optimize code for speed and memory usage

Qualifications:

Excellent C++ programming and debugging skills
BS in Computer Science or equivalent experience
Shipped one or more titles in a programmer role
Comfortable in a large established codebase
Cross-platform development experience (XB1/PS4 preferred)
Strong communication and proven ability to work with others to develop and iterate on features

Preference to applicants with:

Unreal Engine experience
Passion for multiplayer action games

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About Tripwire Interactive

Gamers want games that grab their attention and will keep them coming back for more. Tripwire has been producing those types of games since the first Red Orchestra mod that won the "Make Something Unreal" competition in 2004. Since then Tripwire has won numerous Multiplayer and FPS Game of the Year awards from top editorial sites—and millions have played a Red Orchestra or Killing Floor game, with an average play time of over 40 hours, per player, per game!

Since it first launched for PC in 2009, Killing Floor has sold over five million units worldwide. Tripwire has published select 3rd-party titles (The Ball, Zeno Clash, Dwarfs?!), supported each title with free extra content and taken their brand of winning gaming to console, to continuously expand that base. Tripwire will continue to offer new and exciting gaming experiences both to their millions of fans and to new gamers alike—including Killing Floor 2 for PC, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®4 Pro, Xbox One, and Xbox One X, Rising Storm 2: Vietnam for PC, Killing Floor: Incursion for Oculus Touch and HTC VIVE in 2017—along with PlayStation®VR and Windows Mixed Reality in 2018.

In addition to developing their own games Tripwire announced a new publishing division at E3 2018 designed to help other independent studios bring their games to market through a truly collaborative publishing model. Road Redemption by EQ Games and Pixel Dash Studios for PC, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Nintendo Switch will be the first game to come from the new publishing arm in Fall 2018 and Maneater for PC will be coming in 2019. Tripwire also recently announced a partnership with Digital Lode to bring Espire 1: VR Operative to VR platforms in 2019. To find out why millions of gamers spend so much time playing Tripwire games and getting involved with Tripwire's special events for existing games, visit the website at www.tripwireinteractive.com for all the latest news direct from the studio.