May 2014

Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory Hits Double Toothpicks!

Eleven entire years of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory marks landmark in game landmarks. It's hard to believe that 1.1 decades have passed. It's hard to believe that over 19 million "down-loads" have been "down-loaded". It's easy to believe that the Old City has been captur- Old City Lo- Old City Captured!

Many are the player hours. Many are the maps and mods. Incalculable is Splash Damage's gratitude to everyone who made, and remade, and most of all played Wolf: ET.

For all the Fuel Dumps dumped, the Siwas Oasised, the Seawalls Seawalled, Würzburg Würzburged, Rails Gunned, and Gold Rushed, we can only say V-4-3

Happy Birthday, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory!

Extraction is Dead, Long Live Dirty Bomb

Remember when Dirty Bomb went to PAX last year and came back as Extraction? Yeah, about that…

Long story short, the game’s back to being called Dirty Bomb. This not only better reflects its personality, but also ensures that we have a single, consistent name across the globe. On top of that, we get to use #PlayDirty on Twitter (#LetsExtract just didn't quite have the same ring to it - well, except for dentists, maybe). If you want to find out more about the rebrand, check out the official press release.

To celebrate this name un-change, Nexon’s teaser website for the game has received a fresh coat of paint and beta sign-ups have reopened. If you want to help us test Dirty Bomb, get on over there and put your name down for a chance to be part of the beta.

In related news, Nexon have also confirmed that there will be dedicated servers available for Dirty Bomb in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Yay.

We’ll have much more news about Dirty Bomb soon. Stay tuned!

Axeso5 bringing Dirty Bomb to South America

Since announcing Dirty Bomb and partnering with Nexon and Destiny to operate the game in North America, Europe, Australia and Russia, we’ve had a lot of requests from players to bring the game to South America too. We’re pleased to be able to confirm that exactly that is now happening: We’ve teamed up with Axeso5, one of the most experienced operators in the region, and they will be running Dirty Bomb in all of South America.

If you live in the region and want to help test Axeso5’s Dirty Bomb infrastructure, you can sign up for their upcoming beta test on Axeso5's freshly launched Dirty Bomb website.

We're hiring All The Artists, Several Producers

Come join us! We're expanding our development team and are actively hiring for a variety of art and production positions. Here's the full list:



Splash Damage offers a comprehensive benefits package to all successful applicants. Check out our Culture section to find out more about what it's like to work here and don't forget to browse our extensive Living in London guide for everything you need to know about moving to London and living here.

We look forward to hearing from you!