Dirty Bomb Beta Has Been Shifted to Steam

There are a ton of video games nowadays that are opting for the free-to-play model, and one of those games is Dirty Bomb, which has now been shifted to Steam.

With this transition, all of the NDAs on the game have been lifted which means that you will be able to enjoy the free-to-play first person shooter, and share your awesome sessions with everyone on the internet.

Currently, Dirty Bomb is in beta, so you will have to wait for your turn to participate or you might have to wait for a key.

Back in November, a video for the game was released, which showcased some of the game modes, and highlighted different ways you can progress in the game. If you missed it out back then, check it out above.

In the game, you will be taking control of mercenaries in PvP combat as you try to take out the opposition in different game modes.

Some of the people who were lucky enough to try out the game had mostly good things to say about it, so the expectations from the game are high.

Now that Dirty Bomb is available on Steam, we can expect more people to give it a try, and notify the developers where the problems are, so that they can fix them before they fully release it.

No release date has been provided for the game just yet but it is expected to come out sometime this year.