Burnout studio Crierion Games is opening up in April for budding game development students, and has also offered a few lucky people to get work experience placements in the studio for the summer as part of a competition.
The open day, which’ll take place on April 12, will have 30 students who are in their final year of A-Levels or first year of university. Those who are looking to take part will have to register here by March 9.
The day itself will consist of a “fun, interactive session,” as well as a “proto-type competition” that will help determine the work placement winners.
Criterion’s last big project was Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, and is thought to be working on a new NFS installment for this year.