Turn 10 Studios reportedly recruiting developers for new Forza Motorsport titles

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Turn 10 Studios are apparently seeking out developers to “deliver the next generation of Forza Motorsport titles”, according to an article from Windows Central.

The article says that a listing was found on the studio’s website and reads as such:

Microsoft’s Turn 10 Studios, creator of the highly-acclaimed Forza Motorsport franchise, is looking for an experienced C++ game developer to help deliver the next generation of Forza Motorsport titles. If hired, you will be on a multi-discipline feature-team, working directly with designers, producers, testers, and other developers to deliver high quality features to our customers. We are looking for someone that has well-rounded experience in different areas of game development.

Windows Central has pointed out that it’s unclear if this listing refers to the next Forza Motorsport game for Xbox One or whether it’s for another platform entirely. The game could potentially even be for the next Xbox console, which has been rumored to be slated for release around 2020. With Microsoft’s focus on UWP’s optimization between devices, it could even be cross-platform.

Turn 10 Studios is a video game developer located in Redmond, Washington, who develop the Forza series. The Forza series is a collection of racing video games available on both Xbox and Windows.

The latest installment in the Forza series was Forza Horizon 4 in 2018. The game was developed by British studio Playground Games in collaboration with Turn 10 Studios. Forza Horizon 4 is an open world racing game set in the United Kingdom.

Source: Windows Central.

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