E3 2014: Criterion Reveals Unnamed Extreme Sports Racing Game, Includes Helicopters and More

Where you're going, you don't need roads.

Criterion, the studio best known for the Burnout series, announced during EA's E3 2014 press conference that its next game retains the studio's focus on racing and crashing, but goes way beyond cars, including helicopters, ATVs, planes, jet skis, wingsuits and more.

Inspired by action footage daredevils capture and upload onto Youtube, the unnamed game takes place in first person, even when you're controlling a vehicle. The trailer combined crude prototype footage of the game with concept art.

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bruc76
bruc76

Pilotwings anyone?


Foppe
Foppe

So many prototype builds.

PlatinumPaladin
PlatinumPaladin

The first person perspective bugs me slightly, but I guess it worked for Mirror's Edge so we'll see.

Ripper_TV
Ripper_TV

So now they don't even feel obligated to name their games before showing at E3. 

And that makes sense, if the game is not coiming out in 3 years or more like most games shown at E3 today.

DanielL5583
DanielL5583

I love Criterion. It's no surprise that I'll be hyped to hell for this.

Hillsy_
Hillsy_

Is this made by the four people left from the Criterion team or are they just using the developer's name to promote a new game.

ECH71
ECH71

I've hated pretty much every game they've ever developed. I don't think anything's going to change anytime soon.

Ripper_TV
Ripper_TV

@Hillsy_ Think for yourself. And remember all those hundreds of "BioWare" studios. 

Criterion is no more. So is Rare.