Alex Ward of Three Fields Entertainment teases the in-development Project Idaho, a spiritual successor to Burnout, on Twitter with key art and commentary.
Criterion Games confirms on Twitter that there are no new Burnout games in active development for current-gen consoles, but Burnout Paradise may make its way to Xbox One.
Three Fields Entertainment, the indie studio behind Dangerous Golf and made up of former Burnout developers, reveals that it is currently working on a brand new racing game.
Three former Burnout developers founded a studio called Three Fields Entertainment, which is now slated to produce a spiritual successor to the much-beloved Burnout series.
Criterion Games denies rumors that an HD collection for its popular Burnout series is on the table for Xbox One and PS4, stating it’s working on better things.
Criterion Games confirms that they are talking to Microsoft about making Burnout Paradise backward compatible on Xbox One, but plans have not been finalized.
Hot off the success of ‘Need For Speed: Most Wanted,’ Criterion Games is coyly teasing development of a sequel to 2008’s ‘Burnout Paradise.’
Criterion Games creative director Craig Sullivan teases a big announcement in the next few months. Cross your fingers for a new Burnout title or a Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit sequel.
EA’s new Origin service is finally offering some good competition for Steam, discounting several titles down to $4.99 for a limited time.
‘Burnout Crash!’ might have seemed like a stark departure for the series, and, as it turns out, it is. Check out first gameplay footage of the downloadable title to see why.
The latest ESRB Ratings board reveal comes in the form of Burnout Crash’s description which hints at some very bizarre things in store as lobster monsters and UFOs make the list.
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