Electronic Arts has pushed back the next Need for Speed project of Criterion Games to 2022. The studio is now being moved to help support DICE with the upcoming Battlefield entry.
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Electronic Arts today confirmed it has acquired the racing games giant Codemasters. The deal makes popular racing titles such as Dirt, GRID, Project CARS, and Formula 1 EA products.
Next week, a number of popular titles are coming to Xbox One. While Dirt 5 is the highlight of the list, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Remastered is also hitting the system with a fresh coat of paint.
Electronic Arts is bringing back the 2010 Criterion Games-developed racer Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit with a fresh coat of paint. It carries enhanced visuals, cross-play, and more.
DICE, BioWare, Criterion, EA Motive, and other studios under EA are working on games aimed at the next generation of consoles from Microsoft and Sony, and today, multiple teasers were shared.
EA and Criterion have announced that the latest Need for Speed entry from last year, Heat, is getting cross-play support across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 platforms with a new update.
Ghost Games will no longer be in charge of developing games for the Need for Speed franchise as EA is moving the racing series back to Criterion Games. Ghost Games will become a support studio.
EA has quietly put up a countdown to August 14 on its Need for Speed page, and all signs point to it going down towards unveiling the upcoming entry to the long-running racing series.
The development team working on the next Need for Speed entry has confirmed the title won't be shown off at E3 next week. Instead, the studio is focusing on delivering a "memorable high-speed entry."
EA confirms that Need for Speed Payback will be available on Microsoft's upcoming Project Scorpio console as well as PlayStation 4 Pro. A Nintendo Switch version, on the other hand, is unlikely.
Electronic Arts has further detailed Need for Speed Payback at its EA Play event today. The game will feature the "most diverse, open-world ever made for NFS" and a new gameplay mode: highway heist.
The newest entry into the Need for Speed franchise has been unveiled with a brand new trailer. Need for Speed Payback will supposedly feature the deepest car customization seen in the series.
Need for Speed series' current developer Ghost Games has confirmed a new entry to the racing franchise this year. The game will be playable entirely offline, and even supports pausing this time.
The developers of the new Need for Speed reboot have delayed its PC release until 'Spring 2016' to give them time to "increase the visuals" - but you can sign up now for a beta on PS4 and Xbox One.
If you're a racing fan, you might be interested in picking up Need For Speed Rivals. Amazon has a great deal on the game, selling it for only $19 compared to the MSRP of $60.
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.
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.
Electronic Arts has confirmed it will release a new game in the long running Need For Speed racing series by the end of 2012, although details have yet to be announced.
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