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Battlefield 6 DICE Electronic Arts

Battlefield 6, possible to reveal in the month of May

Battlefield 6 could be revealed in the coming weeks, more specifically in May. To raise this hypothesis was Jeff Grubb who during a livestream, at a specific question, replied that it will be shown ...
Need for Speed ​​Criterion Games Electronic Arts 2022 Battlefield 6 DICE

Criterion postpones the new Need for Speed ​​to 2022, will help DICE in the development of ...

Fans of the Need for Speed ​​series will have to wait at least another year before getting their hands on the new chapter in the works at Criterion Games. In the last few hours Electronic Arts has announced that ...
Need for Speed ​​Criterion Games

Need for Speed ​​- Alpha of a new game leaked

It seems that Criterion is already working on the next Need for Speed, and a recent video leaked and disclosed via Discord shows an Alpha version of the new Electronic Arts title in development. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAzifuhMvc0 In this video ...
Criterion Free is Bello Game Jam

Free is Beautiful - Criterion: Game Jam Edition

Within Criterion - English studio creator of the Burnout series - it is traditional to organize small Game Jams where the employees of the software house gather in different teams to create simple games ...

Need for Speed ​​Heat is the first EA title to officially support crossplay

In the past few hours Ghost Games and Electronic Arts have announced the arrival of the latest update scheduled for Need for Speed ​​Heat, whose release is scheduled for tomorrow, June 9th. The update, in addition to introducing ...
Need for Speed ​​Criterion Games Electronic Arts 2022 Battlefield 6 DICE

Need for Speed: the title returns to Criterion

In recent years, the Need for Speed ​​series has lost its bite. Under the leadership of the Ghost Games team, in fact, the series has never managed to shine as it did in the past with ...

Need for Speed, the franchise returns to Criterion's hands

After seven years, the Need for Speed ​​series returns to Criterion, its previous developer. For the past seven years, the popular racing game franchise had been run by Ghost Games (renamed EA Gothenburg). Need ...
The Burnout Paradise servers start to close

Burnout Paradise servers towards closure

It has now been almost 12 years since the release of Burnout Paradise, the sixth installment in the series developed by Criterion. Released in 2008 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and the following year for PC, it featured ...
Battlefield V

Battlefield V Battle Royale release date revealed

In the past few hours, DICE and Criterion Games have announced the official release date for the Battle Royale mode of Battlefield V, called Firestorm. The totally free update that will introduce this new way to play ...
Burnout Paradise HD

Burnout Paradise HD Remaster for PlayStation 4 has a release date

Burnout Paradise, the excellent racing game developed by Criterion in 2008, looks set to make a triumphant return. Several rumors have already emerged for some time about a possible HD edition probably coming to PlayStation 4 ...

NieR Reincarnation, registrations open also in Europe

NieR Reincarnation will arrive in the West on mobile devices and, for the occasion, Square Enix opens registration also in Europe. After the success achieved in Japan, ...

Battlefield 6 - The first trailer will arrive in June

Battlefield 6, the latest installment in the series currently in development at DICE, Criterion and Electronic Arts is ready to be announced. Confirmation comes from the account ...

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