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Devil May Cry 5 designer Suzuki joins Square Enix

Devil May Cry 5 designer Suzuki joins Square Enix

Square Enix has hired Ryota Suzuki to work on a brand new action game.

As reported by Siliconera, the Japanese publishing giant is hiring developers for a brand new game. The job ad mentions that successful candidates will be working with Suzuki, who is the battle director for this new triple-A title.

The developer is best-known for his work as a designer on Devil May Cry 5, being the gameplay player lead on Dragon's Dogma as well as game design lead on Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. He's also worked as a programmer for both Monster Hunter World and its Iceborne expansion.

The job ad features a brief interview with Suzuki, revealing that he in fact joined Square Enix in 2019. Little is given away about the game that he's working on, save that it is a “high-quality RPGs with world-class action elements."

 


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