Sucker Punch Productions, the developers behind Ghost of Tsushima, is looking to hire a narrative writer for one of their upcoming projects. \n \nIn the new job listing, Sucker Punch is asking for applicants who have a desire to write stories set in feudal Japan, and someone who has a deep understanding of open-world games. Also, the project is listed as a AAA game, so, it's pretty safe to assume that the position is for a sequel to Ghost of Tsushima. \n \nBelow is a list of requirements for the aforementioned job opening at Sucker Punch. \n \n \t1+ years’ experience as a game writer. Shipped titles and AAA open-world experience strongly preferred. \n \tExcellent organizational skills. Able to produce quality writing under tight deadlines with minimal supervision. \n \tDeep understanding of open-world narrative design and the current generation of open-world games. \n \tStrong skill collaborating with a creative team across many disciplines. Flexibility to collaborate remotely while working from home. \n \tExperience receiving creative feedback on your work. Strong ability to absorb feedback and revise your writing in alignment with core design values. \n \tAbility to self-critique and generate constructive feedback for other writers and designers. \n \tDesire to write stories set in feudal Japan. \n \nThe ending of Ghost of Tsushima left things open for a sequel, as Jin Sakai, the game's main protagonist, was branded a traitor by the Shogun, despite the fact that his methods stopped the Mongols from conquering the Japanese island. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=b_iU_gnn28U \n \nIn the game's final scene, Sucker Punch gave players a choice to either kill Jin's uncle or spare him after their duel. If you kill Lord Shimura, then that's it -- he's dead. If you don't, there will be a dialogue option after the game is completed in which Jin says that his uncle has passed, so it appears that, even if you choose to spare the Jito, he'll end up dying of unknown causes. \n \nGhost of Tsushima's sequel will likely take place on Japan's mainland, with the main antagonist being either the Shogun, who branded Jin a traitor, or Kublai Khan, who was mentioned several times during the game's single-player campaign. \n \nThe first game's main antagonist, Khotun Khan, is a fictional character, however, Kublai, Khotun's cousin, was an actual historical figure who led the Mongol Empire during the first Mongol invasion of Japan. \n \nFor now, though, it seems that Sucker Punch's main focus is the Legends DLC, which launched for free last week. It includes a ton of new additions to the single-player campaign, as well as various multiplayer modes, including co-op missions and a survival mode.