Splash Damage's self-funded PC shooter Dirty Bomb is entering closed alpha today so those of you in the Founder's Club can check your e-mail shortly to see if your key has come yet. Meanwhile, the developer has released new footage to show off Echo, its analytics system.
You can sign up at the official site. You could also purchase your way into immediate access for a cool $120, which grants you some bonuses like a founder's tag, art book, and soundtrack.
The trailer shows how the developer has already used Echo to alter some maps in its pre-alpha testing, in response to factors like disproportionate deaths in certain parts of the map.
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