The Blackout mode in Call of Duty has gone up against the odds of the most currently popular game Fortnite and fared quite nicely. Asserting itself somewhere in the top 3 alongside PUBG, Black Ops 4 is surprisingly taking fans by storm. Battlefield V’s battle royale mode has not yet been shown to the public… at all. And those who buy the upcoming EA DICE title when it releases Tuesday, November 20, 2018 will have to wait a significant amount of time to see what it’s like as well.
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In an interesting turn of events, Criterion Games has allowed around 65 crew members to be absorbed by Ghost Games UK and they are not upset about this as with the remaining 15 employees the famous racing developer will now focus on a New IP that they are expected to reveal some time in the near future. Criterion Games changed the racing genre permanently when they introduced Burnout Paradise and they’ve been involved in many racing games that have failed to re-ignite that spark ever since, but why?
Could it be that there were too many chiefs and not enough Indians? Time will now tell as Criterion Games has the freedom to focus on what they want with a considerably smaller amount of bureaucracy. We here at RealGamerNewz are quite excited to see such a well known developer embrace the corporate culture of less is more, and to publicly pronounce their focus on gameplay. The official quote is below.
“We would rather work a small team all focused on gameplay rather than a huge team split by discipline.” – Alex Ward (Creative Director of Criterion Games)
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Need For Speed Rivals is featured in the following teaser trailer released by EA, Ghost Games, and Criterion Games for the title which features open-world gameplay with next-generation thrill. NFS: Rivals will arrive on Microsoft XO (Xbox ONE) and Sony PS4 (PlayStation 4) utilizing the Frostbite 3 Engine some time at the end of this year as well as PS3 / 360 / PC on November 19, 2013 in North America. Check out the video below:
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