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Anthem's loot system will be substantially changed in the near future

Anthem, BioWare's latest effort, has received since its release last February 22 several criticisms regarding the loot system of the game, considered by the players as not very satisfying, seen and considered ...

Anthem: the 1.0.3 patch was released in advance

Yesterday the Anthem 1.0.3 patch was released one week earlier. The main promise is to improve the stability of the game by solving a series of ...
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Apex Legends: the highly requested nerf arrive to Wingman and Peacekeeper in the new patch

In the past few hours, the first Apex Legends balance patch has been officially released by Respawn Entertainment. The two weapons that have been retouched are the infamous Wingman pistol and the ...
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Apex Legends, many cheaters have already been banned

The cheaters crowd the most popular games, so it's no surprise to see how they hit Apex Legends, the popular battle royale of Respawn Entertainment. In a post on the subreddit of Apex Legends, the community manager of ...
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Electronic Arts may have canceled the open-world game of Star Wars

It seems that Electronic Arts has canceled its Star Wars open-world game. This game seems to have been developed by EA Vancouver and was to be a re-imagination of the single player game on ...

Anthem will have a demo and for BioWare it should always be like that

Michael Gamble, Anthem's executive producer, said that the demos of the games are very important and that it is a sign of respect towards the players.

Battlefield V: postponed the first update

Unfortunately, bad news for the players of the latest shooter shooter from Electronic Arts, Battlefield V. The "Prelude" chapter of Venti di Guerra, in fact, should have come out today but as stated by Electronic Arts on ...

The closed alpha of Anthem will take place in December

Missing less and less at the exit of Anthem, the multiplayer shooter signed by BioWare: the game will in fact arrive at the end of February. For some, however, the first taste of the game will come much sooner: EA has indeed announced ...

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