Dirty Bomb is an online multiplayer FPS that is free-to-play, featuring team, objective and class based gameplay developed by Splash Damage. It is a spiritual successor to Splash Damage's previous games Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Brink.
The game was initially published by Nexon America from 2013-2017, and then by Warchest from 2017 onwards. The game entered closed beta in October 2013, and open beta in June 2, 2015. The open beta saw a concurrent player count peak of 12,963 players in June 2015, which declined to 5,304 players in September 2015.
Splash Damage announced that Dirty Bomb would no longer receive developer support on October 18, 2018. Dirty Bomb's microtransactions were disabled January 15, 2019, however nearly all items can still be unlocked through gameplay at nearly triple the previous speed. Dedicated servers have shut down, however there are some community servers which are still active and concurrent players peaked at 716 in April 2020.