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EA Chicago- The NEXT-GEN-ONLY studio

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Hi All, I am the recruiter for EA Chicago, the studio who recently released Fight Night Round 3 on the 360. We're in full production now on Def Jam 3 and in pre-production on two other very appealing action/adventure (non-sports) titles. We're pushing some serious limits in engineering and graphics and are a NEXT GEN ONLY studio- 360 & PS3. So if you're interested in being on the cutting edge of technology in games not having to be concerned with any past gen ports (passed off to an entirely different studio), we should definitely talk. We currently have mid-senior roles open for Software Engineers interested in focusing on AI, Physics, Graphics, Gameplay, Online, Engine, etc for these two titles soon to be in production. For general job descriptions and to submit your information, feel free to visit our Chicago jobs section at http://jobs.ea.com Attending Siggraph? While you won't find me at a booth, I will be at Siggraph August 1st and 2nd and would like to meet you. If you're interested in hearing more about our studio and seeing the latest on where we're at with Def Jam 3, contact kbell2@ea.com who will set us up with a time and place to meet me. I will also be walking the show floor with "EA Chicago" logo so if you see me, say hello! Angie

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