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Need for speed most wanted
EA's Criterion Games is now the sole developer behind the Need for Speed action-racing game franchise from now on, starting from this year's upcoming Need for Speed Most Wanted.
We played a small snippet of Need For Speed Most Wanted, the upcoming open world driving game from developer Criterion and publisher Electronic Arts on the E3 2012 show floor this week.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that Criterion Studios will develop the new Need For Speed Most Wanted game. The first screenshot from the game, has also been released.
An E3 2012 schedule of events from a third party company has apparently confirmed that EA will be announcing a new Need For Speed Most Wanted game at the expo in early June.