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Splash Damage's new game Dirty Bomb shows off a war-torn London Bridge

F2P PC multiplayer shooter coming soon.

Splash Damage, the developer behind Brink, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, has announced its new game, Dirty Bomb.

Dirty Bomb is a free-to-play PC multiplayer shooter built using the Unreal game engine. A video, below, contains snippets of gameplay footage.

It shows a war torn London, a recreation of the entrance to London Bridge tube station (complete with the Gherkin building in the distance) and a road sign pointing to Bromley, where Splash Damage is based. Then, fast-moving gameplay.

There's not much else to go on. The game's website has launched, where you can reserve your player name. On the website is an image that shows London Bridge Station with the towering Shard building in the distance.

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