Bethesda want public to test future game releases

By Matt Tran - Dec 5, 2013

How would you like to be a part of the testing process for Bethesda’s future game releases such as The Elder Scrolls 6? Well you may be in luck as the games developer wants playtesters to sample their unreleased titles.

Bethesda Softworks is seeking American residents over the age of 18 in the Dallas/Fort Worth region to sample the progress on their projects, with applications now being taken on their website. The opportunity is available to applicants from across the whole of the US; however successful candidates will need to arrange their own transport to Bethesda HQ.

The offer does not constitute employment and is unpaid; merely being an event for gamers of different skill levels and backgrounds to experience Bethesda’s work for a couple of hours. Participants may be given exclusive games or gifts for taking part in the event which could make it even more appealing.

Those selected will need to produce a valid photo ID issued by the Government, as well as signing a non disclosure agreement. The opportunity is not open to journalists, publishers or other game developers for privacy purposes and is still limited to US residents.

It is likely that there will be huge demand for these positions so apply soon to give yourself a chance of getting selected for this exciting event.

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