Life is Strange: Before the Storm devs are hiring for ‘unannounced AAA single-player adventure game’

Is there a new Life is Strange game on the way? A job listing posted by developer Deck Nine could hint towards just this.

Deck Nine Games is looking to hire a lead programmer to the team to develop “an unannounced AAA single-player adventure game”, according to a new job listing.

The listing doesn’t give anything away about what this new game from them could entail, but it seems likely that this is either a brand-new IP or a continuation of Life is Strange, which is mentioned frequently throughout the job description.

“Our first game, Life is Strange: Before the Storm is loved by fans and has won multiple awards. The studio is working on an unannounced story adventure game and is growing additional teams for more projects”, reads the post.

It is important to note that Deck Nine is the studio who made the prequel title Life is Strange:

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Google Fined $3.8 Million in Settlement Over Alleged Hiring and Pay Discrimination

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After a drawn-out battle, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has finally settled with Google, which will now pay out or set aside $3.8 million to remedy allegations it discriminated against over 5,000 woman and Asian engineers. Over $2.5 million of that will go directly to the workers. It’s a nice headline, but it’ll take at least a few more zeros for Google to feel enough pain to change its ways.

In the settlement, the DoL says that it found that Google paid woman software engineers less than their male counterparts, and that Google was less likely to hire women and Asian candidates. Speaking about the case back in 2017, DoL regional solicitor Janet Herold told the Guardian that the agency had found evidence that Google’s discrimination against women was “quite extreme,” even for the tech

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