If you’ve been making video games professionally for a while, you probably know what it’s like to be asked for a $10,000 salary to help make a game.
And while the game industry isn’t exactly known for being cheap or free, there are still plenty of game developers that make far more than that.
We’ve ranked the best game developers in the world to help you make sure you’re making the right decisions.
We know how hard it can be to get a job when you’re a young developer, so we took the time to break down the salaries listed above and found the best games that let you earn that extra cash.
You might be wondering how we rank the best video game developers, and it’s because we know that there are many talented game developers out there, and that there is a lot to be learned from those who have made great games.
We wanted to take a look at the best salary video game devs can expect, so let’s take a deeper look.
Salary of the Year: A.J. Jacobs, The Last of Us, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (2015) The most popular game developer on the list is undoubtedly A. J. Jacobs.
His last two games were the Uncharted series and The Last Of Us, and the former had a staggering $25 million in revenue.
But that wasn’t all.
In 2014, Jacobs had a lot of other things going for him, including an $8 million salary, plus an additional $15 million in bonuses.
In 2016, he earned $10 million in salary for The Last, which is the game that inspired him to start his own game studio, Obsidian Entertainment.
He’s also a big fan of his daughter, and when she was born in 2015, Jacobs wrote a post about his daughter’s birthday.
The Last and Uncharted are both in the top five best-selling video game franchises of all time, so it’s no surprise that the games that he works on are also highly successful.
The first two games of the Uncharted franchise are among the best-sellers in the history of video games, selling over 300 million copies and earning $1.3 billion in revenue over the past five years.
The games are very popular with younger players, and young players are generally much more willing to spend money on games that feature big, action-packed characters, guns and explosions.
Jacobs is a big believer in giving players the freedom to make their own choices, and he doesn’t see a conflict between making a great game and earning that kind of money.
He says, “It’s not about earning $10K, but earning $20K, and I think that’s the most important thing.
If you want to make a good game, you have to make it fun.
It has to be accessible.
If it’s fun, people will come back for more.
If I made a good-looking game, it would take a lot longer for people to play it.
That’s why I want to keep making the game I make.”
And while Jacobs doesn’t make a lot in game development salaries, he has plenty of other options when it comes to working in the industry.
He has been working as a programmer for over 20 years, and his game development company, Bluehole, is one of the most successful game studios in the entire world.
Jacobs says, It’s difficult to say that I’m a good fit in this industry because I don’t have a ton of experience.
But the fact that I can work with other people who have been doing this for a long time and have a lot more experience, that makes it easier for me to be successful.
There are also a lot bigger game companies that can pay a lot higher salaries than he is, and Jacobs isn’t too worried about that.
“When you’re working with a big company, you’re going to make some mistakes,” he said.
“I would say that if I had a big mistake, I would say it’s probably because I’m not doing the job well.
So I don’ want to think about that.”
In fact, Jacobs says he is currently working on a new game, and if he doesn’ t get his new game made before 2017, he will be ready to retire.
His retirement is probably going to be pretty sweet, and there’s nothing worse than to be laid off after a career in video games.
Salary: Scott Aaronson, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, XCOM (2013) XCOM: First Contact, released in 2015 and released in 2016, earned $7.9 million in revenues for the developer.
Aariton had been making XCOM for the better part of a decade before he started working on XCOM: Infiltrate, and this game was his first time working on the franchise, so he’s already had a long road to getting to where he is today.
As with all game developers today, there is always the chance of a delay