Enemy Territory and Brink fans rejoice, Dirty Bomb continues to hit milestones and elevate Splash Damage's reputation as a team-based multiplayer specialist, writes Nathan "NachosJustice" Lawrence.
From Nachos' most recent hands-on with the latest build of the game:
Dirty Bomb will kick your arse before it lets you kick others. The learning curve is about as shallow as a casual hike up Mount Everest and, refreshingly, no-one is apologising about this. Not the representative from publisher Nexon who rushed through his presentation so we, and he, could play the game. Certainly not developer Splash Damage, which unapologetically reinforced that this is a game best enjoyed by fans of fast-paced competitive shooters, and if you’re a fan of older titles such as Enemy Territory, that’s a bonus.Click here for our Dirty Bomb all-new hands-on preview
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