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Bethesda's new Battlecry Studios looking for F2P experts

Jef Reahard
10.04.12
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Bethesda may be known for its one-of-a-kind offline RPGs, but its new Battlecry Studios division is looking to ride the online free-to-play gravy train.

Eurogamer has sussed out a few details based on the firm's job postings, which include a "monetization designer" and a platform lead position that requires experience with "design and implementation of microtransaction systems and services."

The advertisements also suggest some sort of console release, as Bethesda notes that "console experience -- preferably next generation (PS3, Xbox 360)" is preferred.

Battlecry is headed by former Star Wars: The Old Republic executive producer Rich Vogel.

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