In 2001, id Software teamed up with Gray Matter Interactive and Nerve Software to develop Return to Castle Wolfenstein, a re-imagining of the original classic, Wolfenstein 3D. In its first two months of release, Return to Castle Wolfenstein shipped over one million units worldwide, and has been widely acclaimed as one of the best computer games of 2001. The company also has enjoyed success licensing its revolutionary technology to other developers. To date, id's game engines have powered blockbuster titles from other producers, including Call of Duty, Soldier of Fortune, Half-Life, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, Star Trek: Elite Force, Heretic, Hexen and more.

Available Positions:

  • Backend Network Programmer
  • Character Artist
  • Concept Artist
  • DevOps Engineer
  • Engine Programmer
  • Environment Artist
  • Gameplay Programmer
  • Keyframe Animator
  • Temporary Play Tester
  • Tools Programmer
  • UI Artist
  • UI Programmer
  • VFX Artist
  • Job Location: Richardson

    Opportunity posted October 10, 2018