Massive Entertainment is looking for testers for their Star Wars game.

Massive Entertainment announced that they are looking for testers for their Star Wars game, and that the players will be compensated for their time spent with money, games, free lunches, drinks and snacks along with tea and coffee.

The studio is primarily looking for residents of Malmö and its surroundings, as the office is located in this city. Applications are open to anyone over the age of 16, regardless of playing experience or skill. Children between 3 and 16 years old need parental consent. The tests can last from half an hour to several days.

As the team says on the blog, we need feedback from the participants, not fault finding. The developer won’t be in the room with the tester so it doesn’t affect his judgment. Negative feedback is welcome, but it’s important to be honest, and the team wants to get as objective an evaluation of their work as possible.

The development of a Star Wars game from Ubisoft was announced in January 2021. The Division was commissioned to write the open world story using the Snowdrop engine. The studio is also working on Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora.

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