New free-to-play multiplayer shooter from the makers of Brink and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars.
Thanks to a glitzy countdown clock finally expiring, Splash Damage has revealed their next big multiplayer shooter, Dirty Bomb.
From the looks of the announcement trailer the free-to-play endeavour, a first for the studio, utilises a similar visual style to Brink and will be published by Warchest.
The footage itselfs shows London Bridge underground station prominently, which is only a few stops away from where Splash Damage’s HQ in Bromley.
Unfortunately we don’t have any more information to share with you than that at present, but it is possible to reserve your player name by visiting Dirty Bomb’s official website.
Despite its numerous issues and dearth of content we rather liked Brink, so we’re happy to see that Dirty Bomb doesn’t seem a million miles away from that Bethesda-published shooter.
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