Three Fields Entertainment formed by Criterion co-founders

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 5 March 2014 15:56 GMT

Criterion Games co-founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have announced the formation of their new studio: Three Fields Entertainment. The duo left Guildford, Surrey-based studio back in January.

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Ward announced the new via Twitter this morning: “Today we are excited to announce our new British games company -Three Fields Entertainment,” he tweeted.

At present, all that is known is the name of the company, as the website Ward linked only has the logo and contact information posted.

Once more information is revealed, we’ll be sure to update you on the matter.

Ward and Sperry “decided to leave EA,” back in January to “start afresh and form a new games company.”

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