Burnout Series News


Burnout's spiritual successor enters development

By John Keefer, Jul 27, 2016 9:06am PDT

Developer Three Fields Entertainment has not elaborated yet on what style of Burnout game will be used.


"Same. I don't want to navigate an open world, I want to get dropped into a funnel where shit ..."

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Former Burnout devs announce Burnout-esque Golf game

By Daniel Perez, Jan 26, 2016 8:37am PST

Dangerous Golf is to golf what Burnout was to simulation driving games.


Criterion Games 'just 17 people' now, most of team at Ghost Games

By Andrew Yoon, Sep 13, 2013 1:00pm PDT

"Criterion is just 17 people these days," Criterion creative director Alex Ward said. Apparently, most of the studio moved to Ghost Games, leaving just a "small team" behind to work at Criterion.


"+1 Too bad all that talent is gone already. EA strikes again."

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Criterion: 'time to make something new,' hints at new non-racing game

By Andrew Yoon, Apr 15, 2013 2:15pm PDT

Criterion Games has become synonymous with excellent racing games. However, the studio behind Burnout appears to be moving onto something completely different.


Criterion promises new Burnout, but says Road Rash is 'good fit'

By Andrew Yoon, Oct 17, 2012 1:00pm PDT

It's been four years since we've seen a proper Burnout game from Criterion. Fans who fear that the team has abandoned its beloved series can rest their minds a bit.


"I remember is Road Rash 3D for the Playstation. Fondest memories there from the awesome ..."

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Burnout Crash! coming to iOS

By Steve Watts, Oct 12, 2011 12:30pm PDT

Burnout Crash! is coming to the iPhone and iPad platforms later this year, EA has announced.


"no it is really great, the few of us that have it and play it a lot get into back and forth ..."

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Burnout Crash releases on PS3, Xbox 360 in September

By Andrew Yoon, Aug 31, 2011 7:00am PDT

The Burnout series may be about speed, but that doesn't mean that the games have to arrive on time. Previously scheduled for August, Criterion's next game, Burnout Crash, will be available on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade on September 20th.


"I just don't see there being much space in the market for a game as uninspired as this. $10 is a ..."

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