Hey! You there! That's right, you - there's free stuff coming your way if you play Dirty Bomb after Tuesday 15th January. The catch is active development will be ending along with this.
Splash Damage has announced that it will no longer be actively developing or updating its free-to-play multiplayer shooter Dirty Bomb, saying that it "can't financially justify continuing to work on the game".
UK developer Splash Damage is working on multiplayer games for World of Tanks maker Wargaming.
Splash Damage, the maker of Dirty Bomb and Gears of War 4's multiplayer, has an unlikely new owner: a Chinese chicken meat supplier called Leyou.
Last year Brink developer Splash Damage renamed its upcoming free-to-play FPS Dirty Bomb to Extraction. Now it's back to being called Dirty Bomb.
Brink developer Splash Damage has retitled its upcoming free-to-play PC shooter Dirty Bomb. It will now be released under the name Extraction.
PC multiplayer shooter Dirty Bomb enters closed alpha today, Splash Damage has announced.
The London studio is mailing closed alpha keys to members of the game's Founder's Club. You can sign up at the official site.
To coincide with the announcement, Splash Damage has released a new video of Dirty Bomb showing new gameplay footage and Echo, Splash Damage's gameplay telemetry and analytics system.
Splash Damage has released the first gameplay footage of Dirty Bomb, its free-to-play online PC exclusive shooter.
The Enemy Territory and Brink developer announced the game last month with the launch of a website.
This new video shows pre-alpha footage with lots of run and gun, objective-based gameplay. There's a near-future tank and what looks to be some sort of barricade building.