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  • Blog Post: With Two Titles In Development, Three Fields Hires New CTO

    Three Fields Entertainment , the studio founded by Criterion founders Fiona Sperry and Alex Ward, has announced a new hiring. After 18 years at Criterion, Paul Ross has joined his former colleagues as chief technical officer. Ross was the chief technical officer at Criterion, according to his LinkedIn... More
  • Blog Post: Ex-Criterion Members Get To Work At Three Fields Entertainment

    Early this year , Criterion founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry left the studio and shortly after officially announced the formation of Three Fields Entertainment. Recent tweets from the developer point to its direction. According to the companies twitter account, the ball is rolling on bringing the... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion Founders Open New Studio

    After departing the studio they founded in January, former Criterion leads Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have set up a new shop. The duo have announced the opening of Three Fields Entertainment. The studio’s website only displays a logo and contact links right now. We’ve reached out to Ward... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion Founders Alex Ward And Fiona Sperry Depart To Found New Studio

    The studio that gave gamers Burnout, Black, and two of the more recent Need for Speed titles will continue on without its founders. EA has confirmed that Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have departed the developer. “Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have decided to leave EA,” a company representative... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion's Next Title Will Not Be A Racing Game

    Those hoping for another trip to Paradise City are in for some disappointment. Brilliant arcade-style racing developer Criterion's next title will not be in the Burnout or Need for Speed franchises. In fact, it won't be a racing game at all. Today, the studio's creative director, Alex Ward... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion Takes Over Entire Need For Speed Series

    Gamers were ecstatic when developer Criterion signed on for its first Need for Speed title in 2009, and with its second NFS game coming this fall in Most Wanted, the studio is poised to take full control of the franchise. We talked to Criterion vice president Alex Ward at E3, and he revealed that from... More
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