The British video game developer Criterion helped develop the speeder bikes in EA's Star Wars: Battlefront reboot.
Not-so-subtly hinted at on Criterion Games' Twitter account, the former Burnout developer revealed it assisted DICE in crafting Battlefront's 74-Z Imperial Speeder Bikes.
Which development team could possibly have the expertise to put such speed into the Battlefront speeder bikes..? 😉 https://t.co/biWJ57tIVo
— CriterionGames (@CriterionGames) November 27, 2015
It's unknown, though, exactly to what extent Criterion was involved in the creation of this asset – and whether it also applied to the singleplayer tutorial mission in the game, that tasks players with pursuing and eliminating Rebel forces on the forest moon of Endor.
Star Wars: Battlefront is a first/third-person shooter developed by the Swedish game studio DICE, and is the first triple-A Star Wars game to be published under EA's Star Wars licensing arrangement with Disney and LucasFilm.
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