The studio behind Ghost of Tsushima is hiring for a new project it describes as a "spectacular multiplayer game," in job advertisements on its site.
The posting shows Sucker Punch is looking for a multiplayer/network programmer that would join the team in Bellevue, Washington.
"Our talented multiplayer designers create awesome game team experiences, and you'll be pivotal in bringing that creativity to life in a spectacular multiplayer game," reads the job listing.
Sucker Punch added Ghost of Tsushima's multiplayer mode, Legends, to the game in October, two months after the game's initial release. Legends was a class-based co-op game in which players fought through story missions or defended regions from waves of enemy attacks. The job listing for Sucker Punch's next project doesn't say whether it will be another co-op outing or if the studio will dip its toes into PVP.
Another recent Sucker Punch job listing sought a writer with an interest in writing stories set in feudal Japan, suggesting the developer wasn't done with the Ghost of Tsushima world. It's possible the two listings are related, though Sucker Punch remains quiet about the chances.