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After taking over Need for Speed Unbound, five veteran executives quit Criterion Games

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Need for Speed Unbound has become the top priority in recent years. Although the Steam charts and the huge discount on the game 2 weeks after the release, Need for Speed Unbound sales weren’t far from Electronic Arts expectations.

The GamesIndustry portal reported that after the release of Need for Speed Unbound, 5 high-ranking employees remarried the Creative Games studio: “As long as I haven’t got the chance to enter the industry, I am not the one who doesn’t know how to achieve its goal.”

Matt Webster vice-president and director, 22 years of service Pete Lake Executive Producer, 16 years of service Andrew Shires, CTO of 16 years Alan Alan McDairmant Head of Development, worked for over 17 years. Steve Uphill is the head of content, who worked for over 10 years.

The reasons for the dismissal were unveiled while the former employees said they’d explore new opportunities outside EA.

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