A gamer: You know one key to mastering gameplay mechanics is playing games. A lot. You love it.
Adaptable: You are able to rapidly change direction when priorities shift, staying focused on the most relevant project and evolving to get it done.
Thorough: Chasing bugs and finding the root of an issue is often a lengthy task but you stay on it to make sure that you have enough information for your colleagues to fix the bug.
A team player: You are a brilliant team player, working well with others towards a common goal. Achieving results is what matters most to you, not who gets the credit.
Persistent: A game is developed over a long period of time and you will play it every day. It will be broken, unfinished and sometimes plain ugly. But you will test it every day, never losing your edge and the focus to help your team to make it the best game possible.
Stress resistant: Game development is often stressful when large workloads collide with tight schedules. The QA team has to keep a cool head when a build has to be released, balancing between the need to release a proper build and the lateness of the hour.
Become an integral part of our core QA team.
Independently test the latest developer builds and report the issues.
Communicate with other departments to understand their view and help them fix the issues more easily.
Make yourself acquainted with multiple platforms but focus on the Xbox One.
Take over responsibility and make sure, that your reported issues are well and truly fixed.
Provide written documentation for external testing departments and help them understand our game.
Fluent in written and spoken English.
Knowledge of either PC, Xbox One or PS4 – Xbox One preferred.
Good writing skills.
Familiarity with version management systems or bug tracking databases is a plus.