Dirty Bomb is an Unreal Engine 3 powered free-to-play competitive/multiplayer shooter set in 2020 London during the aftermath of a mysterious disaster.
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Splash Damage announced that it has recruited Killzone 2 Lead Level Designer Neil Alphonso, who will now be in charge of its team of Level Designers and will direct their efforts for our new (and still unannounced) title with Bethesda Softworks. Earlier Splash also snagged Lionhead's lead designer on Fable II Richard Ham for the same project.
Splash Damage announced that Lionhead's Richard Ham, lead designer on Fable II, has joined Splash Damage, known for Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, as creative director where he will head the design team working on an unannounced mystery title being developed with Bethesda Softworks.
Splash Damage has been on a recruiting spree and managed to snag several experienced industry figures who worked on projects like Heavenly Sword, World in Conflict, Harry Potter, Mass Effect, and Timesplitters 2.
Following the recent announcement of its partnership with Bethesda Softworks, Splash Damage announced the hiring of four industry heavyweights to its team. Splash plans to double the size of its development team to more than 60 staff as it moves into multi-platform development on a yet unannounced title.
Bethesda announced a long-term development partnership with U.K. studio, Splash Damage, known for such titles as Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and most recently Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars. More details about the new title will be released at a later date.
Splash Damage, known for Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars, plans to double the size of its London-based studio, and is currently seeking to fill key positions for its next project – an unannounced multiplatform title - with vacancies in core roles such as art, programming, and design.
Splash Damage, known for id Software's Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars, is looking for new talent to fill a number of positions as it starts development of its next project. Located in London, England, Splash Damage is accepting international applications for: Art Director, Artists, Junior Tools Programmer, Lead Artist, Modeller/Texture Artist (Organic and Industrial) and Producer.
Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars developer Splash Damage is seeking a Lead Environmental Artist, a Level Designer, and several Artists to join their studios in London, England. Offering competitive salaries and excellent benefits, Splash Damage is looking for self-motivated and enthusiastic people with a talent and passion for advancing interactive entertainment. International applications accepted.
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