UK studio challenges students to prove their hunger for a place in game development

Criterion hosting open day for aspiring game devs

Racing game studio Criterion is holding an open day for students eager to get a start in the game industry.

The open day will take place on April 11th at Criterion’s office in Guildford, UK, where students will get to meet the development team behind Need for Speed Most Wanted and Burnout Paradise.

The studio aims to give students valuable insight into game development at a triple-A studio.

To earn a place at the open day, Criterion has challenged applicants to decipher a clue in the form of a QR code.

You must also be a UK resident aged 16 and over and currently a final year A-level or first year university student.

To apply, visit Criterion Games’ website. And good luck.

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