The free-to-play FPS Dirty Bomb just got a major overhaul, optimizing the game for more machines and adjusting maps for a more level playing field. This revision has been in development for three months, which shows from the staggering amount of differences revealed.
The Map Overhaul and Framerate Optimization update (MOFO) fixes a ton of problems that have plagued the game, specifically the framerate issues experienced by players with lower-end hardware. Developer Splash Damage also tweaked the maps to make objective points more balanced for attacking players trying to capture it and entrenched players trying to defend it. , making objectives easier to manage and adding detail to some of the more generic spots of each level. There’s a ton of minor tweaks and audio enhancements as well, making this a meaty revision.
You can check out the video detailing the updates in the video below.