Yes, that’s right, you can earn £20,000 to work as an NPC in a video game thanks to a collaboration with Pringle’s.
Have you ever wanted to be an NPC in a video game? Sure, we’ve all created in-game avatars at some point in our lives. It would be quite surreal to encounter and interact with ourselves as NPCs. Thankfully, that might be possible thanks to Train Sim World 2.
In Train Sim World 2, you can master your favourite locomotives of all time. From classic steam trains to high-speed freights, you can live your dream life as a train conductor.
How do we make this dream happen?
It’s quite simple, developers Dovetail Games is collaborating with Pringles to hire you as an NPC in Train Sim World 2.
If selected, what would my NPC do?
If you land this dream gig as an NPC in Train Sim World 2, your in-game self will be responsible for keeping vending machines fully stocked with Pringles. We told you this was a dream job, right?
We’d love to be an NPC!
The voice of Love Island, Iain Stirling is helping Dovetail Games and Pringles to discover the perfect NPC to stock those precious in-game Pringles.
“We now live in a world where you can get paid to work in a video game as a Pringles vending machine re-filler NPC,” said Stirling. “My new role is to encourage people to get involved, be creative, and apply for this once-in-a-lifetime role.”
He continued: “It’s important to plan and prepare for the role of a lifetime and I am hoping my matchmaking will inspire people to get involved. I am devastated that I can’t apply.”
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Featured Image Credit: Dovetail Games/Source: GamingBible