Criterion Games veterans have found Fuse Games to develop AAA games for PC and consoles

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In mid-December 2022, amid Need for Speed ​​Unbound’s failure, five key developers immediately left Criterion Games, including executives who had been with the company for over 20 years.

On March 16, it was announced that all five of them have founded studio Fuse Games, which will develop AAA titles for PC and consoles. Whether it will be a Burnout or Need for Speed ​​style race is unknown. The development of the debut game has already started.

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What is it about:

  • Matt Webster is Vice President and General Manager of Critetion, has been with the company for over 23 years and has been with EA since 1990.

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    Pete Lake – Executive Producer, has been with Criterion since 1996 and started out as a recording artist

  • Andrey Shayres – CTO, has been with Criterion for 16 years

  • Head of Development Alan McDermant – spent 17 years at Criterion and EA

  • Head of Content Steve Uphill – spent 10 years at Criterion

Now the Fuse Games team has 17 people. The team is actively looking for an office in Guildford, but at the same time offers a hybrid form of work.

Source : Shazoo

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