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DICE, the development studio behind the Battlefield series, Mirror's Edge and other titles, has been improving upon its Frosbite Engine over the past few years.
Now, they are on the lookout for a mobile software developer to be part of a team "focusing on bringing Frostbite to mobile platforms" and making it "as great on mobile platforms as it is on traditional HD platforms." (Thanks, Shack)
Over the years Frostbite tech has been utilized in games like Battlefield: Bad Company, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Battlefield 3 and in recent titles such as Need for Speed: The Run and the upcoming shooter Medal of Honor: Warfighter. The technology will also be used in BioWare's Command & Conquer strategy game and in the RPG Dragon Age III: Inquisition. Of course, DICE also means to use it to power Battlefield 4.
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