Dirty Bomb got just its 'biggest update of the year so far' with 'Rogue en Vogue', deploying new Merc Aimee, and a player-driven in-game event with lots of Loadout Cards and more for a period of five weeks.
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Nexon's free-to-play FPS Dirty Bomb will receive new explosive content with the biggest update titled "Containment War" on this Wednesday. The update provides a wealth of new content, including a Molotov-wielding Mercenary equipped to resupply allies with a deployable ammo station, the all-new Execution mode and maps and the eagerly anticipated Dome map for Objective, Stopwatch and more:
Team-based shooter Dirty Bomb extends its roster of Mercs: with Redeye comes a mid to long-range specialist with extra abilities, a perfect foil to the invisible Phantom. The latest patch also includes some minor bug fixes.
Splash Damage rolled out Open Beta for team-based shooter Dirty Bomb and made it available exclusively on Steam to players in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Brazil. The developer celebrates this "huge achievement" and claims that Dirty Bomb is "free-to-win". Check out the latest trailer:
It's been really a long Closed Beta for Dirty Bomb, but finally, publisher Nexon announced that it will open the gates for Splash Damage's free-to-play FPS on June 2. Time to jump into frenetic action in post-apocalyptic London!
Free-to-play FPS Dirty Bomb will finally make it out its extended, lengthy Closed Beta testing stage, as it moves toward launch on Steam, as developer Splash Damage announced.
Splash Damage and Nexon America renamed the upcoming FPS Extraction back to Dirty Bomb... "to better fit the game's unique personality."
Dirty Bomb's Closed Beta for Latin America is due. Developer Splash Damage has teamed up with MMO publisher Latin Interactive Network who will operate the game on its Axeso5.com platform.
The Closed Beta test for Nexon America's multiplayer online first-person shooter (MOFPS) Extraction has begun. Some selected closed beta participants will be invited in waves, with the first initial batch going out today.
Nexon America rescheduled the closed beta date for Extraction, its all-new multiplayer online first-person shooter (MOFPS) is now set to enter testing on Oct. 15th for select players.
Nexon America announced that it will kick-off the closed beta period for Extraction, its all-new multiplayer online first-person shooter (MOFPS) on Oct. 1. This follows the game's recent unveiling at this year's Penny Arcade Expo (PAX Prime), where Extraction won several Game of Show awards. Registration begins today.
Nexon America teamed up with Splash Damage, the developers of the shooters Brink, Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, to publish their first free-to-play MOFPS (Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter) Dirty Bomb under the new title Extraction. Check out also the latest screenshots:
Splash Damage explains Echo, an innovative analytics system powering the upcoming free-to-play FPS Dirty Bomb.
Two weeks ago Splash Damage, the creators of Brink, announced that they are working on a PC-only multiplayer shooter. They released a pre-alpha gameplay video, revealed more game info and initiated the Founder's Club for upcoming free-to-play MOFPS Dirty Bomb.
Splash Damage, the developers of the shooters Brink, Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, are about to release a brand new FPS. And we believe it will be free-to-play.