Writer wanted for Dark Storm Ascension

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  1. Lakega

    Lakega New Member

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    The Job

    Fenrir Studios is looking for a writer to help write dialogue and scenes for Dark Storm Ascension. We are looking for a dedicated writer willing to put in the time necessary to learn the story of Dark Storm Ascension inside and out, the levels, and atmosphere, and write interesting audio logs and text logs to enhance the world around the player. The writers task may also include helping to write scenes, and expanding on already written assets within the story/game.

    About Dark Storm Ascension:

    Dark Storm: Ascension is an indie stealth action title, with roots heavily inspired by classic games such as Metal Gear Solid and Deus Ex. You play as Amber Kingsley, a form Army Special Forces soldier that was dishonorably discharged after a failed mission in North Korea, which resulted in the deaths of several members of her squad. Now riddled with guilt, Amber has joined Ancile, a private military corporation charged with protecting the Irving Apex Facility in Alaska.

    Payment:

    Payment will be on a percent basis after the game is released everyone on the team that helped will receive an amount calculated off the amount of work they did that makes it into the final build. We plan to release on steam and any other services that will allow. Everyone is required to sign an initial Royalty Contract and a final upon release. Leaving the team before release will lower your overall percent.

    Contact:
    If you're interested please send your resume to
    darkstormrecruitment@gmail.com
     
  2. angeldevil6171

    angeldevil6171 New Member

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