Criterion Games

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Recent articles about Criterion Games

EA expands Criterion with Codemasters Cheshire team

Two development studios will now operate as one working on the future of Need For Speed

EA will move Need for Speed development back to Criterion

Ghost Games to become an EA engineering hub with 30 staff at risk

"Don't give into fear and keep adding more features" - How not to overwork your employees

EA's Criterion, one of the UK's best places to work, on how it avoids crunching

No VR for Star Wars Battlefront II but still "very important" for Criterion

UK studio says Rogue One demo "informed" Starfighter Assault mode, but sequel will not support virtual reality

Three Fields Entertainment hires Criterion CTO

"Our company is comprised wholly of ex-Criterion Games staff"

Criterion founders launch Three Fields Entertainment

"Looking for talented staff skilled in at least three fields of creating electronic entertainment"

Criterion co-founders leave studio and EA

Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry make way for Matt Webster [UPDATE: Ward, Sperry teaming up on new company]

Criterion Games down to 17 people

"It's completely our choice and by design. Small teams do way more these days"

Criterion's Ward: It's time to make something new

Creative director's tweets suggest Burnout studio is moving away from the racing genre

Applications open for Criterion Student Open Day

Free event includes competition to build a game prototype

Criterion to present Eurogamer Expo dev session

Matt Webster and Steve Cuss will talk Need for Speed: Most Wanted

Need for Speed under Criterion's control now

The Burnout developer will be overseeing the franchise from now on

Criterion's Billyard joins PlayJam

Adam Billyard is smart TV platform's new chief technical officer

Criterion to hold student open day

Includes chance to win work experience at the Guildford studio

DICE collaborating with Criterion on Need For Speed

Battlefield maker helped to create game world, as EA increases inter-studio cooperation

Criterion responds to Burnout HDD issue

Criterion, the developer of Burnout Paradise, has responded to criticism that the Xbox 360 version of the game requires a hard disk drive in order to play online

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  • Onslow House
  • Guildford
  • Surrey
  • GU2 4YZ
  • United Kingdom

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