Splash damage, study responsible for Brink e Dirty Bomb (as well as the multiplayer component of Gears of War 4 and 5), has announced a partnership agreement with Google for the development of an exclusive title for Stadia.
"We are excited to finally announce that we are working on an exclusive title for Google Stadia" it reads in a short post on the blog of study, “In Splash Damage we always try to innovate and we are always looking for partners and platforms that allow us to do it. We have always been big fans of Stadia since the announcement and we have been enchanted by both the technology and the passion for gaming that the Stadia team has. "
The London software house has not provided any other details and has referred to further news on the project in the coming months.
However, it is not difficult to speculate what it may be: Splash Damage has always specialized in the creation of multiplayer shooters, both in first and third person. It's the team behind the online component of the likes of Return to Castle Wolfenstein and Doom 3 and is known above all for its highly appreciated Enemy Territory: Quake Wars of 2007. Recently, after the interesting Brink and the unfortunate experience with the hero shoooter Dirty Bomb, the English software house has worked closely with Microsoft, collaborating for Halo: The Master Chief Collection and the Gears series, which he is making the turn-based strategic spin-off, Gears Tactics.