If you don't generally pay attention to Splash Damage's first-person shooter Brink, you probably missed the fact that it went free-to-play. There doesn't seem to be much news on the topic. In fact, the only way I found out about it was via Twitter.
The developer doesn't seem to have anything regarding an announcement on the shift on their site, and the only thing I could find on Steam about it was a two sentence announcement. That being said. The game is definitely free-to-play on Steam now. So, if you've been looking for a new FPS to tool around in, head over to Steam and grab it.
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