Criterion, the developer of Want For Pace, has been introduced on board the Battlefield sequence by writer Digital Arts.
The developer, based mostly in Guildford in the UK, has joined DICE, Ridgeline and Ripple Impact because the groups which can be engaged on developing a “linked Battlefield Universe”.
Digital Arts had revealed that the following Battlefield recreation could be a “reimagination” of the sequence following the chaotic launch and assist for Battlefield 2042 from 2021 onwards.
The reallocation of Criterion, although, will engender “a direct constructive affect” on Battlefield 2042 and pre-production on the following title.
Battlefield 2042. Credit score: EA.
“Criterion has a wealthy historical past in gaming, having labored on Battlefield, Battlefront, Burnout, and naturally, Want for Pace. I’m thrilled to have a studio with such pedigree be part of the studios I oversee,” shared Vince Zampella, Respawn Leisure founder and EA Leisure normal supervisor, in a publish to Digital Arts’ weblog.
Criterion Video games contributed to the event of Battlefield 5 and Battlefield 2042 however its most up-to-date launch was Want For Pace Unbound. This entry was the primary recreation that Criterion was credited because the core developer since Most Wished in 2012.
The final “quantity” of downloadable content material for that recreation arrived in August, including a customized Porsche 911 Carrera S and Porsche Taycan Turbo S to have fun of the seventy fifth anniversary of the producer.
Zampella addressed the way forward for Want For Pace within the announcement, nonetheless, didn’t supply any specifics. “You may not know I’ve a ardour for automobiles, which additionally makes Criterion an ideal match for me to discover one other style in gaming that I like,” continued the chief.
Want for Pace: Unbound. Credit score: EA.
“I’m actually trying ahead to working with a core group as we form what’s subsequent for the franchise.”
In different gaming information, Valve has pointed in direction of a attainable launch date for Counter-Strike 2, an upgraded model of the sport that may mark the “subsequent period” within the sequence.