Latest On Splash Damage

Dirty Bomb To Live Out Its Golden Years As A Totally Free Game

Today, Splash Damage announced that rather than simply shuttering Dirty Bomb after ending development, it would remove all monetization from the game and leave it as a 1100% free offering, with no microtransactions, for players ...

By QuintLyn Bowers -
Why Did Brink Go F2P? Bethesda: "Why Not?"

The announcement that Brink, Splash Damage's and Bethesda Softworks' underwhelming shooter, would go free-to-play came as a bit of a surprise last week.

By Jason Winter -
Brink - Gameplay First Look

Splash Damage takes its older FPS title Brink into the free-to-play market.

By Michael Byrne -
Brink Makes Stealthy Shift To Free-To-Play

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.

By QuintLyn Bowers -
Dirty Bomb Revamps Too-Big Dome Map

Quoting its "long and colorful history," the team at Splash Damage will be making some major changes to the Dome map in Dirty Bomb next week.

By Jason Winter -
Hands on: Extraction - PAX Prime 2013

Extraction is a tactical team-oriented first person shooter from one of the original pioneers of class based shooters, Splash Damage.

By Michael Dunaway -