Linux developers and QA testers required for AAA games development - London, UK

Hi everyone,

At Feral Interactive, we’re currently looking for programmers and QA testers to work on our upcoming Linux titles.

We’re now the proud publishers of two Linux titles (XCOM: Enemy Unknown and Empire: Total War) and we’ve recently announced our next four titles: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, Batman: Arkham Knight, GRID Autosport and Company of Heroes 2.

If you’d like to help us bring great games to Linux and SteamOS, we’re looking for developers, both graduate and experienced, and QA testers with experience using Linux.


As a developer, you’ll work with our small team of Linux developers, porting recent PC releases to Ubuntu and SteamOS. Most of the development work on a title is done by just one or two developers, so you’ll be one of the lead developers for any release you work on.

You’ll need to have strong C/C++ skills, and familiarity with Linux, preferably including previous experience developing for Linux. Experience in games development and graphics programming (using OpenGL and/or DirectX) is also advantageous.

Our development roles are full-time, permanent positions based in our offices in south-west London.

QA Testers

As a QA tester, you’ll work within our small internal QA team. Most of our testers work on OS X releases, but we have a couple of dedicated Linux testers, and you’ll work alongside them to test our builds on Ubuntu and SteamOS. Depending on our workload, you may also get the chance to try your hand at some OS X testing.

You’ll need previous experience testing AAA games, preferably on PC rather than consoles, and familiarity with Linux. Previous experience testing on Linux is advantageous, but not necessary.

Our QA roles are full-time, permanent positions based in our offices in south-west London.

For full job descriptions, please email us at: [email protected]

And of course, feel free to get in contact if you have any questions!

We’ve just released our latest Linux game! Life Is Strange is out now for Linux.

We’re still expanding our Linux team and are looking for more developers (graduate and experienced) and QA testers, so feel free to get in contact if you’re interested in learning more by emailing [email protected]