The lights are on
Splash Damage, the developer behind Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Brink, has renamed its upcoming free-to-play first person shooter from Dirty Bomb to Extraction.
What few details we knew about Dirty Bomb are the same. The game a place in an abandoned London, but that's about all we knew. Following an ambiguous radiological attack, you are a mercenary soldier tasked with extracting important information left behind in the city.
Extraction will employ a special balancing system called ECHO, "A powerful analytics and telemetry system."
The game will be published by a Nexon America, a publisher perhaps best known for bringing Maple Story to North America.
Nexon and Splash Damage are not able to offer a release date for the game, but it will be making an appearance at PAX.
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They're making the multiplayer for Batman: Arkham Origins. And If it's anything like that, then were in store for a pretty average (at best) game.
I'm pretty excited for this game. I absolutely loved Wolf: ET and Brink was actually pretty good except for the lag. I just hope this game comes out sooner than later. An October release date would be... the bomb.
Okay, I suppose... Kinda late in the game for a name change?
May be good....I did really like brink unlike everyone else.