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Video game developers take a designer’s vision and turn it into a game for end-users to play and enjoy. They work on teams to plan, design, and produce video games for various platforms, including console, computer, and mobile video games.
Game developers create visual content for games and write code to implement a game’s features and functionality. Responsibilities include planning projects, designing games, writing code, testing, and improving functionality. The job requires a background in software development and math, and the ability to collaborate with interdisciplinary teams and work to achieve project deadlines as a group.
Typically, a developer requires a degree in computer science, software engineering or a related subject and proficiency in programming languages, such as C# and C++. Great game developers have a passion for video games, knowledge of gaming trends, and an analytical frame of mind.
The average game developer salary in Canada is $93,750 per year. Entry-level positions start at $56,043 per year, while most experienced workers make up to $123,825 per year.