The folks over at Funcom are looking to bring some fresh blood on board at their Oslo, Norway, and Durham, North Carolina, studios. According to a recent press release, the studio is “looking to fill more than 40 new positions” at its two offices. “Following the success of Conan Exiles,” the press release says, “Funcom is gearing up development of several new PC/console projects internally including a co-op multiplayer game and a new Conan single-player game.”
Funcom’s crafting/survival title Conan Exiles, according to the studio’s Q1 financial report earlier this year, has become its bestselling game of all time, and it would appear that the studio is looking to capitalize on its success. In addition to continuing development on its MMOs Age of Conan and The Secret World Legends, Funcom is also moving into the game-publishing realm with the upcoming Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, releasing on December 4th, and a new title based on the Conan IP being developed by Petroglyph Games.