EA Gothenburg rechristened Ghost Games, hiring for 16 developer positions

EA Gothenburg, publisher Electronic Arts' Sweden-based studio, has been renamed Ghost Games and is looking to fill out its staff, the company announced today through a posting on its official website.

"Founded on the core principles of Excellence, Fun and Respect, Ghost is working to create a world-class team of developers, an exceptional working environment and build the next big thing in AAA gaming," reads a post in the About section of the new site. "Ghost is a unique proposition in the AAA development space; all the agility and creativity of a ‘start-up', while working with industry giants like Criterion and DICE guarantee we have the tools and support to execute our creative and technical visions."

Currently the company is looking to hire 16 staff members, including creative, development and art directors as well as online and software engineers and a vehicle artist.

Earlier this fall the Gothenburg studio announced it was hiring for an announced entry to the Need for Speed series. Polygon has reached out to EA for more information on Gothenburg's transformation into Ghost and whether is will affect the in-progress title's development, and will update this story with more details as we have them.

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