Ubisoft Reflections Ltd | Employer profile
About Ubisoft Reflections Ltd
Ubisoft Reflections is a AAA game development studio based in Newcastle Upon Tyne in the UK.
Boasting a 36-year legacy, the studio has contributed to the creation of some of the industry’s most acclaimed AAA games, including Tom Clancy’s The Division, The Division 2, Far Cry 5, Assassin's Creed Syndicate, Ghost Recon Wildlands, Watch Dogs, Watch Dogs 2, Watch Dogs: Legion, The Settlers, Starlink: Battle For Atlas and The Crew.
The studio has also nurtured several award winning and ground-breaking in-house projects, such as Grow Up, Grow Home, Ode and Atomega.
Ubisoft has several offices and studios around the UK, including locations in Leamington, London and Guildford, in addition to its two Newcastle sites. The teams throughout Ubisoft’s worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs.
For the 2019-20 fiscal year, Ubisoft generated net bookings of €1,534 million.
Our UK development studios have on-going annual commitment to hiring talented graduates, providing a platform for them to excel and become our future experts.
Typically we're recruiting in the following areas;
Game Artist - Depending on your area of interest your job could be creating concept art, storyboards, or designs for environments or User Interface. You'll need a technical ability to master specialist software packages and tools such as ZBrush, Maya, Photoshop, 3DS Max, Substance Painter and Mudbox.
Game Designer - Involves coming up with original ideas for games, someone that is a creative driver, responsible for bringing a game to life. Game design requires a mix of technical and creative skills to develop and test your creations as you may need to work with a range of programming languages and software packages including C#, C++ and Python.
Game Programmer - You're responsible for taking the ideas of the designers and writing the code required to build a playable game. It's vital that you're able to understand and follow instructions to bring the creative vision to life. You could focus on an area of programming such as AI, audio, controls and interface, game physics or 3D engine development.
All graduates that join us will gain practical advice, encouragement and support from their own personal mentor and have access to a variety of learning and development activities that focus on soft skills as well as technical.
We offer a variety of benefits including private medical, life & income protection Insurance, personal pension plan, gaming, tech and wellbeing allowances and support. Should you need to relocate closer to one of our office locations then we also provide relocation support too.
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Facts and figures
- Number of employees: 251 to 500
- Creative Arts & Design