Dirty Bomb, the fast-paced, free-to-play team shooter from Brink developer Splash Damage, has been in closed beta for some time now, but the game will finally be open to everyone starting next week.
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Bethesda Softworks confirms an August 3 release for Brink's DLC pack Agents of Change, which will be a free download to all for the first two weeks.
Bethesda and Splash Damage have teamed up to produce Brink, an ambitious multiplayer-centric FPS with a lot of potential, and a lot of problems.
Trailer: Brink shows off various multiplayer options available on the battlefield, including mines, turrets and command posts.
Trailer: In Brink’s multiplayer, choosing your character’s class is more important than just picking your favorite style. It could be mission critical.
Trailer: Bethesda and Splash Damage have released a new video highlighting the heads-up display you will soon be betting your life on in the upcoming FPS, Brink.
Bethesda and developer Splash Damage have announced that their post-apocalyptic FPS will now be released one week earlier than originally announced, which will put Brink on store shelves on May 10.
Bethesda and Splash Damage have released a new trailer to show off the various classes available in their upcoming FPS, Brink.
Bethesda Softworks and Splash Damage’s new title Brink might not have an official release date other than Spring 2011, but it does have a nifty new trailer showing off some of the weapons options.
At E3, Bethesda had a playable demo of developer Splash Damage’s newest first-person shooter, Brink.