Splash Damage now fully controls Dirty Bomb, changes are coming

Dirty Bomb is a pretty good first-person shooter that launched in June 2015 under the publishing banner of Nexon. However, developer Splash Damage has just announced that a new deal will give them complete control over the shooter, and there are a few changes coming, the big one being that the game will be published under the studio's new publishing arm, Warchest. This hints at other titles being published by Splash Damage/Warchest in the future, but we'll have to wait and see.

FAs for changes coming to Dirty Bomb, there's the move to a new anti-cheat system called EasyAntiCheat, so that one of the main complaints from Dirty Bomb players – hackers – is minimized. A new website is coming and the forum will be migrated, server performance is going to be studied and possibly improved, and season 2 of Ranked is being worked on to start as soon as possible.

Take a look at the announcement video below to get all the details.

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