Despite being announced a little more than two weeks ago, Splash Damage has released their first footage of multiplayer FPS Dirty Bomb. Perhaps Splash Damage wants early fan feedback, or perhaps they are just excited to show what they've made. Or, perhaps it has to do with the game's Kickstarter-esque method of donating to the project that's now available. Either way, here's Dirty Bomb in all its glory, and it definitely looks like fun.
Surprisingly, I found the graphical fidelity in the trailer to be fairly comparable to current generation consoles. As far as the mission structure goes, the map seems to be a "push the cart" style scenario with several stages of progress. With several classes including what appears to be medic, support, heavy and assault, Dirty Bomb looks to balance Brink and Call of Duty, though I doubt that's a description it'd want to stick.
Dirty Bomb is intended to be a completely free game with microtransations to bring in profit. Free players can visit the site and reserve their names right now. However, if players would prefer a more substantial investment in the game, they can donate at three tiers: $30, $60, and $120, each with different rewards -- $240 and $320 packages are also available. Each tier provides beta access to the game, when it's available, but the main difference is access to several launch classes that will only available at cost.