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<p>Battlefield developers DICE has started to recruit for a "small and collaborative" team at its Stockholm headquarters.</p><p>EA hasn't dabbled much in VR just yet and EA's CFO Blake Jorgensen actually said in a talk last month that he didn't see virtual reality taking off for another five years.</p><p>"I think the reality is, the next one to three years, it's probably going to take some time to build up a sizeable marketplace and you might see alternative uses for virtual reality first before it becomes gaming," Jorgensen said.</p><p>"Longer term, five plus years away, I think there's certainly a market there and it will be another exciting way to enjoy gaming."</p><p>Regardless, it appears DICE is going to take the plunge anyway.</p><p>EA's Johan Andersson tweeted about the openings and confirmed employees would be working on something in the Frostbite engine.</p><p>It's probably too late for this to mean Mirror's Edge, but a boy can hope, right?</p><p>There's a range of roles on offer, from VR creative director to software engineer and senior technical artists. If you fancy making the first VR Battlefield*, it might be worth taking a look.</p><p>*There's no indication at all that there's a VR Battlefield in the works. You will probably not be able to work on a virtual reality Battlefield.</p>
<p>Hey, remember that game show version of Candy Crush we talked about last year? Well, it's still happening, and kids from the 80s/90s might recognise its host.</p><p>Late last week it was announced that Mario Lopez had been named as the upcoming CBS show's host. Though, some of you may remember him as A.C. Slater, the guy we all had a crush on, from Saved By the Bell.</p><p>Candy Crush is the first ever game show inspired by a popular mobile game, and Lopez says he's pretty stoked to be a part of it. "As a player, I'm excited to step into the real life Candy Crush Arena."</p><p>Where Candy Crush Saga is a colourful match-three game, the game show will certainly be more physical as teams of two use their wits and physical ability to compete on huge, interactive game boards featuring next-generation technology.</p><p>Apparently teams will use their entire bodies to slide, slip, swing, and swipe to make matches, and dominate the game.</p><p>Candy Crush will air July 9th 2017 on CBS, 9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT.</p>
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