Published On: Mon, Jun 29th, 2020

Metroid Prime 4 Dev Retro Studios Continues Exciting Hire Spree With Call Of Duty: Black Ops Veteran


Retro Studios, a Nintendo auxiliary now operative on a rarely expected Metroid Prime 4, has reportedly increased a ranks with nonetheless another attention veteran.

As speckled by VGC, a studio has hired Bharathwaj ‘Bat’ Nandakumar as lead engineer. Previously, Nandakumar hold dilettante operative and comparison program operative roles during Call of Duty developer Treyarch, including a technical lead position on a PC chronicle of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Completed in April, this sinecure is a latest in a fibre of sparkling new arrivals during Retro. Recent newcomers embody Adad Morales, Bryan Erck and Nicholas Wilson, who have worked on a likes of Battlefield Hardline, Shadow of a Tomb Raider, and Borderlands 3 respectively, as good as Mark Capers, formerly of New Super Lucky’s Tale developer Playful.

Other names like James Beech (Crysis 3 and DC Universe Online), Stephen Dupree, (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze) and Kyle Hefley (Halo) have also assimilated a studio.

Retro has been recruiting heavily ever given it was announced that a group would be holding on growth of Metroid Prime 4, with a jobs page still promotion for several roles.

We still haven’t seen anything of a diversion only yet, though we can’t wait to get the initial glimpse.

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