Browser based F1 DiRT Cricket

Published on November 16th, 2010

Codemasters’ CEO Rod Cousens has revealed that the firm has plans to launch browser-based versions of F1, DiRT, Cricket and .

"We’ll do Formula One as a browser-based game," said Cousens speaking in an interview with, "we’re going to do another Formula One game as well – so we’ll extend these brands, and you’ll see us do that in Flashpoint, in Cricket, in DiRT and things like that… We only have to do five games per year."

Browser-based games are free-to-play games available to play directly in your web browser, usually funded by in-game micro-transactions.

They’re also incredibly popular. Facebook game Farmville has already distracted over 81 million people from their day job. I’m one of them, but don’t tell the boss. Oh…

Other video game publishers have already delved into the world of browser-based games, including EA with its FIFA Superstars game on Facebook.

is available to buy now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. New versions of Operation Flashpoint and DiRT are due for release next year.

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