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Criterion founders leave Electronic Arts and found Fuse Games

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A few months after the release of Need for Speed ​​​​Unbound, part of the team that worked on it no longer part of Electronic Arts. This Thursday (16), the creation of the fuse setswhich will have as some of its first members developers who collaborated in the creation of the Criterion studio.

Fuse Games will be led by Matt Webster, former boss of Criterion, who will be joined by four other co-founders of the company specialized in racing games. In addition to collaborating on games like Need for Speed ​​and Burnout, Webbter and his team also worked supporting Star Wars: Battlefront and Battlefield 2042.

Until now, the new developer revealed that its team consists of Steve Upil, head of content, and Pete Lake, head of production. It also features Chief Operating Officer Alan McDaimant and Andrei Shires, who will take over as Chief Technology Officer.

Fuse Games is already working on a Triple A game

Fuse Games revealed that it was born with a strong external investment, which will allow it to quickly grow beyond the 17 employees that have been hired so far. The studio is already working on its first project with Triple A quality that will be ahighly successful show with innovations focused on player and social play, self-expression and creativity”.

The studio’s headquarters will be located in the city of Guildford, the birthplace of Criterion, which currently serves as the hub of game development in the UK. Until now, however, the new developer did not confirm the genre of its first gamenor did he give a prediction of when we will see his first official details.

Released in late November 2022, Need for Speed ​​Unbound was well received by critics, but ended up going unnoticed by the public thanks to a discreet revelation from Electronic Arts. The company promises to release more news for the game later this month, bringing its first major content update starting on the 21st, which will be known as “Volume 2.”

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Source: Eurogamer

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