Bethesda, the developer behind hits such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim or Fallout 3, has just posted a new job listing through which it's looking for experienced programmers that are going to work on an unannounced next-generation console game.
Next-generation consoles are going to be revealed soon, as both Sony and Microsoft want to deliver more powerful devices that should attract new customers.
As such, plenty of game developers are already working on titles for the so-called PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720.
One of them is Bethesda, which has posted a new job listing on the website of parent company ZeniMax.
The studio is looking for experienced programmers that will work on an unannounced console game. Candidates should have at least 5-years of work on the PS3 or Xbox 360 and experience with DirectX 11 is a plus, hinting that the tech might be employed by at least one of those consoles.
Judging by recent rumors, that unannounced game might be Fallout 4, a new chapter in the post-apocalyptic RPG series.