FAQs

What jobs are currently available/how do I apply to Red Storm?

You can find the current openings on the career page. You can also find more information on our benefits, studio and our location on this page a well.

Do you offer studio tours?

Unfortunately we do not offer studio tours as a general policy.

How do I submit my game idea?

We appreciate your enthusiasm and the time and energy you spend playing our games. Unfortunately, Ubisoft’s company policy does not allow us or any of our employees to accept or consider any unsolicited ideas, suggestions, proposals, comments or materials. The purpose of this policy is to avoid potential misunderstandings or disputes if products, services or features developed or published by Ubisoft might appear to be similar or identical to ideas that may have independently occurred to you.

Do you have an internship or job shadow program?

Unfortunately, at the moment we aren’t able to offer any internships or job shadowing programs.

I love playing your games! How do I become a QA tester?

We hire all of our QA testers from www.volt.com.

What is the difference between a Quality AssuranceTester (QA) and a Play Tester?

QA Testers are employees that work on-site at our various locations performing best-in-class functional and first party testing on Ubisoft Titles.

Play Testers are individuals that participate research studies on our games before they are released. Play Testers are observed on-site by our User Research team. If you’d like to be a tester for Red Storm, you are welcome to check out more information and apply here.

Do you review demo reels/portfolios?

We only review demo reels and portfolios during the hiring process. However, we recommend you present your best work. While we appreciate your talent growing and maturing over time, we only want to see your most impressive work. Your reel should give us examples of your abilities and style, but not be your complete body of work.

How do I contact you?

We are unable to accept external submissions. Please do not contact us with unsolicited pitches, stories, artwork, etc. as we are unable to review them. However, you can view our contact page here.

I want to work in the video game industry- How do I get started?

Depending on the career you wish to pursue, there are different requirements and education needs. We cannot offer official advice, however,  here’s our page on industry information