Free-to-play juggernaut Nexon America has announced its latest PC title, Extraction, a free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter from UK-based Splash Damage.
Set in an evacuated London in the aftermath of a “mysterious radiological attack”, Extraction is said to combine “tactical gameplay, fast-paced action and an ever-expanding roster of playable characters to create a highly competitive team-oriented shooter.”
“We are inspired by the passion of the developers at Splash Damage and have immense respect for their expertise in multiplayer game development,” said CEO of Nexon America Min Kim in a statement. “Extraction’s refreshing blend of action and team-oriented strategy provides the depth PC shooter fans have been looking for. Through our partnership with Splash Damage, we hope to plant a massive win for online gamers.”
Splash Damage, known for 2003’s much-loved Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and 2011’s less-loved Brink, will debut Extraction at PAX Prime in Seattle, WA from August 30 to September 2.
Splash Damage is also currently developing the multiplayer component of Batman: Arkham Origins.
Source : ign[dot]com