Earlier this year, NVIDIA gave the gaming community a small treat by releasing Quake II RTX, a remastered edition of the original title with all the trimmings of the GPU brand’s ray-tracing technology. Now, the GPU brand is reportedly looking for people to keep the remastering momentum going.
To be precise, the job opening is currently being listed on NVIDIA’s official page. Specifically, the company is looking for a producer to head its Lightspeed Studios – which was founded back in 2015 – and “lead the production on an RTX remaster project”. It should be noted that, at the time of writing, the job listing is already 18 days old.
To recap, NVIDIA released the Quake II RTX on 6 June this year. Originally released in 1997, both NVIDIA and id Software released the remastered version of the game for free (only for the first three levels). Both as a way to promote its GeForce RTX series and showcase the visual fidelity of real-time reflections, global illuminations, and improved textures, to name a few features.
So far, NVIDIA hasn’t exactly been clear as to which titles are next on its radar. But, given Lightspeed Studios’ resume – the company worked on the Android versions of Half-Life 2, Doom 3, and Portal – the chances of the company remastering those titles is very likely.