German video game publisher Deep Silver, known for games such as the Dead Island series, Killing Floor 2, Saints Row, and Shin Megami Tensei, seems to be opening a new study program in Dambuster Studios in Nottingham.

The program is being made to specifically assess player experiences, and is opening its doors to all eligible gamers, saying “successful participants will ultimately be an integral part of shaping future video games!”

Eligible participants must be over 18, have experience in the gaming industry, and must not be a current games journalist. Those interested should go to their website and fill out a short sign-up form. It’s also suggested that those wishing to participate live close enough to commute to Nottingham.

Eligible, interested people will be invited to Dambuster Studios for play testing of new products, both released and unreleased. Non-disclosure agreements will be in effect. Positions on the team will be paid, and the facility has disability access. Deep Silver may keep your profile on hand until a play test that fits your demographic pops up, to which you will be invited to participate.

The sign up form includes simple questions concerning basic information, your eyesight, color blindness, how often you play video games, and your favorite genres/gaming platforms.

So now is the time, if you’re living in Germany and wish to try your hand at changing the video game world for the better, sign up.

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