Brink Trailer Introduces Lead Designers

Bethesda's new trailer for Brink introduces us to audio director Chris Sweetman (Burnout: Paradise), lead level designer Neil Alphonso (Killzone 2), creative director Richard Ham (Fable II), lead writer Edward Stern, and, of course, game director Paul Wed

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Bethesda's new trailer for Brink introduces us to audio director Chris Sweetman (Burnout: Paradise), lead level designer Neil Alphonso (Killzone 2), creative director Richard Ham (Fable II), lead writer Edward Stern, and, of course, game director Paul Wedgwood.

Brink will be released in spring 2011 and pre-order bonuses are already available across multiple retailers and digital shops.

From The Chatty

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    September 7, 2010 1:37 PM

    I bet this will have dlc map packs you have to pay for which is a shame.I really liked they're previous games.

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      September 7, 2010 3:11 PM

      I wish Quake Wars would have gotten some. : /

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      September 7, 2010 5:51 PM

      Well I think you have to look at the publisher for that and you may be right. However I'd say Splash Damage are known for their private support of mappers/modders so we can hope the PC see's a better mod/map support than ETQW got (by that I mean the game not the community).

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        September 7, 2010 9:43 PM

        True, Activision shutting down the rank servers and the forums for the game after only a few years really hurt. Atleast SD helped them out on their own site.