Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising News

Codemasters announces Codemasters Racing label

Codemasters announces Codemasters Racing label

Operation Flashpoint KIA as publisher focuses exclusively on racing games.

UPDATE: Codemasters has been in touch to clarify its Codemasters Racing announcement.

Codemasters remains the name of the company. Codemasters Racing is a new label, which launches alongside DiRT Showdown, and will be the home of Codies' racing brands: DiRT, F1 and GRID.

ORIGINAL STORY: Codemasters is no more: meet Codemasters Racing.

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No more patches or DLC for Op Flash

No more patches or DLC for Op Flash

Not for Dragon Rising, anyway.

Codemasters has said that it's pulling ongoing support for Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising, the military shooter it released last October.

There'll be no more patches or DLC beyond the upcoming release of the Overwatch add-on on PS3, one of the community team posted on the game's forum (thanks, VG247).

"I just wanted to inform you all that the team have now completed the Dragon Rising chapter of Operation Flashpoint and that's it for DR-related content going forward," community manager Ian Webster said.

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OpFlash Overwatch pack released for PC

PS3 version approved, waiting on release.

The PC version of the free Overwatch pack for Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising is now available for download as a 244MB patch from publisher Codemasters' website.

OpFlash: Dragon Rising DLC this month

Vehicle missions, levels, modes, more.

Codemasters has told Eurogamer that the first batch of Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising DLC will be out soon, alongside a network "optimisation" patch to "make it flow a bit better".

UK charts: FIFA still top of the table

Flashpoint, Scribblenauts best debutants.

FIFA 10 has scored a second week at the top of the UK all-formats chart, shrugging off a strong tackle from Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising at two.

Bohemia slams OpFlash 2 marketing

"Is it really 'the official sequel'? No!"

Bohemia Interactive has instructed lawyers to protest directly to Codemasters about its "marketing tactics" for Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising.

Codies unveils new engine

Codies unveils new engine

Neon gives way to EGO.

Codemasters has told everyone its new in-house engine is called EGO. Still raining, here.

It is an evolution of the Neon engine under the hood of Colin McRae: DiRT, and has been developed by the Central Technology Unit for three long years - doesn't Jack Bauer work for them?

The news is that not everyone licenses Unreal Engine 3 or Source, we suppose, and this project has apparently taken a good chunk of the GBP 40.5 million Codemasters invested in boosting design and technology - 150 per cent more than last year.

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