WiLD is still alive, at least according to job announcements

WiLD is still alive, at least according to job announcements

WiLD is still alive

WiLD may still be alive and in development, at least according to some Wild Sheep Studio job announcements, which show fervent activity from the studio, despite Michel Ancel's departure and years of silence surrounding the game.

More precisely, Wild Sheep Studio is looking for a Graphics Programmer, a Senior Gameply Programmer, a Tools / Pipeline Programmer, a Level Artist and a Senior Engine Programmer. It must be said that we take for granted that WiLD is still behind everything, when the studio may have been put to work on something else, in the meantime, also because some of the sought-after professionals suggest that development is still on the high seas. .

Wild Sheep Studio job announcements After all we are talking about a game presented at the beginning of the PS4 / Xbox One generation, exclusive to the Sony console. Consider that the announcement dates back to GamesCom 2014, so a lot of water has passed under the bridges.

Even if a game called WiLD was released in the future, it is likely that very little would have remained of the original project, also considering the change of direction in progress.

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Santa Barbara’s Wildman Is ‘Still Alive’

Forrest Galante came into fame the same way he came into the world: naked. 

But the Santa Barbara resident has evolved far past his initial spot on the Discovery Channel reality survival show Naked and Afraid and now hosts his own series on Animal Planet’s Extinct or Alive, where he tracks and finds animals that have been mistakenly declared extinct. His finds include the Zanzibar leopard, the Pondicherry shark, and the Fernandina Island Galápagos tortoise.

Galante also just wrote his first book ― Still Alive: A Wild Life of Rediscovery ― which is out this month in print. It starts with his free-living childhood on a 200-acre Zimbabwe farm and follows his career through civil unrest in Africa; life-threatening bites, fights, and falls across the globe; and an investigation into the connection between COVID-19 and the mistreatment of wildlife.

Read more about the UCSB biology grad and find his book at forrestgalante.com.

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