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London calling

Posted by Erin Marcon On Monday 3 December 2012Comments Off

The studio responsible for multiplayer first person shooters like Brink and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars has unveiled its latest offering. Dubbed Dirty Bomb, the new title from Splash Damage is (you guessed it) another multiplayer first person shooter.

The action appears to take place in an England embroiled in some sort of crisis (other than Tory rule). Players will seemingly clash using pistols, rifles, rocket launches and all of the other tools common to the genre. Alas, the minute long teaser doesn’t reveal much else about the game. I guess that’s why it’s called a ‘teaser’.

A PC exclusive, Dirty Bomb will be published under the developer’s new WarChest label. As noted by PC Gamer, the stated aim of the venture is to publish free-to-play titles. While it seems safe to assume that Dirty Bomb will indeed be travelling along this increasingly busy route, the game’s business model is yet to be announced. The release is also unknown.

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