Nexon America will publish the free-to-play multiplayer shooter Extraction from Brink and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory developer Splash Damage, the company announced in a release today. The title, based on its teaser website and screenshots, appears to be a version of the game known as Dirty Bomb, which Splash Damage unveiled late last year.
According to the Extraction website, the game is set in the aftermath of a "mysterious attack" on London. Players will take control of mercenaries, each with their own skills and abilities, as they "clash in the contaminated streets" to either recover or destroy the secrets left behind.
Splash Damage launched a closed alpha test for Dirty Bomb earlier this year, which players who contributed to the Founders Club program could access. Splash Damage is also developing the multiplayer component of another game, Batman: Arkham Origins.
Extraction is coming to PC in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
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