If Monolith studio is best known for having released the Xenosaga and Xenoblade series for twenty years, the little boys at Meguro have played the role of support studio for Nintendo since 2007. Far from wearing down the relationship, on the contrary, time seems to strengthen this juicy partnership.
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After Pikmin 3, Splatoon and its sequel, or even Breath of the Wild went a long way in helping develop Skyward Sword, Monolith software doesn’t seem willing to slow down as the official page The studio is now enriched with new vacancies, and last but not least. This doesn’t qu ite coincide with the words producer Hirohide Sugiura made no later than January, but whatever.
Kyoto ou tard …
If the three Tokyo offices continue to hire new staff, it will be up to the Kyotote office, which has been working with Nintendo since 2007, to look for reinforcements. The ones who, in all likelihood, are working on the much anticipated Breath of the Wild 2 have therefore been looking for the following profiles for a few days:
- A human resource manager
- A manager
- Un chara-designer 3D
- A card designer
- An advertising specialist
- An artist specializing in 2D
These settings are part of a “d’largissementfrom the Kyoto studio, which suggests that collaboration with Nintendo is not going to be slow. After all, Monolith Kyoto has already worked on Splatoon and Splatoon 2, and it wouldn’t be surprising if some of the developers put the cover back on for the third part recently announced.
Remember that Skyward Sword HD will “celebrate” 25 years of a legendary series from the year while you wait to know when we can find the open world of Hyrule 16th of July but next switch to yes.