"Doom is part of the id Software DNA and demands the greatest talent and brightest minds in the industry to bring the next installment of our flagship franchise to Earth," said id Software CEO Todd Hollenshead in a release.
"It's critical for id Software to have the best creative minds in-house to develop games that meet the standards synonymous with our titles."
The company is currently accepting applications to fill job openings covering roles such as producer, lead designer, and lead animator, among others.
The job listings page indicates that applicable platforms for the positions are PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Though no further details on the game were released, the studio will likely make use of its new id Tech 5 engine for the project.
id Software lead artist Kevin Cloud recently told Shacknews that one of the strengths of the company's new engine is its cross-platform performance.
"You don't even have to worry about how it's going to look on PS3 or 360. Right now we've got it running cross-platform running 60 hertz, and it looks really good," said Cloud. "In terms of what artists are available to achieve--it's something you have to see for yourself. I can say this, but you still won't get it until you see it."
id will be hosting the 13th annual QuakeCon convention on July 31.
Well this is actually a surprise...
Yeah, wow. Okay, guess we'll see what they make of this one. Sure they'ev taken criticisms of Doom 3 to heart.