Splash Damage Ltd.[1] is an independently owned British video game studio founded by Paul Wedgwood that specializes in first-person multiplayer shooters; they are also the developers of Dirty Bomb, their first fully owned IP.

History Edit

Originally formed in 2001 by creators of free high-profile game mods such as Quake 3 Fortress. Splash Damage Studios started out working with Now TV and and followed by creating multiplayer maps for Games Domain. Splash Damages then partnered with Activision and id Software to produce three multiplayer maps for Return to Castle Wolfenstein Game of the Year Edition and the game Wolfenstein Enemy Terrority.

Splash Damage is currently working on Dirty Bomb, their first fully owned IP. According to the company, it's a passion project and something they wanted to do since Brink was released.

Fireteam Edit

Fireteam is an online back-end solution developed by Splash damage to provide matchmaking, leaderboards, activity metrics and store systems using a simple api. Fireteam is supported cross-platform on xbox, Playstation, PC (Windows), iOS, Andriod and Windows Phone. The in-house solution powers Dirty Bomb, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, the Halo Collection and more. Fireteam is a major asset of Splash Damage Ltd.

Games Developed Edit

  • Return to Castle Wolfenstein (multiplayer) (2002)
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (2003)
  • Doom 3 (multiplayer) (2004)
  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars (2007)
  • Brink (2011)
  • RAD Soldiers (2012)
  • Batman: Arkham Origins (multiplayer) (2013)
  • Dirty Bomb (2014)
  • Tempo (2015)
  • Gears of War: Ultimate Edition (2015)

References Edit

  1. "Splash Damage." About. Web. 17 Nov. 2015. <>.