Former heads of Criterion Games founded AAA studio Fuse Games

Three months ago, Criterion Games left five executives at once, each of whom had worked at the company for over 10 years. Now they have announced the opening of their own studio called Fuse Games.

The studio was headed by Matt Webster, former vice president and general manager of Criterion Games. Together with him, there are 17 people in the Fuse Games team.

Fuse Games will be engaged in AAA games for PC and consoles. She is going to develop games quickly, but in a healthy environment and without crunches. “If we continue to create games for five to seven years, we will be able to make only a few projects. I want to make as many of them as possible,” Webster said.


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