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Hunt: Showdown will arrive in the Xbox Preview program soon

Last autumn Crytek announced that its latest game, Hunt: Showdown, released in Early Access on Steam, would also arrive on the Microsoft console via the Xbox Game Preview program. The developer has ...
Battlefield 5: battle royale

Battlefield 5: imminent battle royale!

Battlefield 5: the battle royale mode called "Firestorm" is very close to release. On the daily update page of the Battlefield 5 online, the famous battle royale mode called "Firestorm" has appeared. Leak leaked thanks to user ...

Apex Legends: Leak unveils Octane and Battle Pass date?

Next week could be very promising for EA's newcomer, who immediately gave up the much-criticized Fortnite of Epic Games. In recent days, in fact, on ...
Just Cause 4 free xbox game pass

Just Cause 4 for free on Xbox Game Pass!

Just Cause 4 for free on Xbox Game Pass starting tomorrow 7 March. Free download on the paid platform of mother Microsoft, for the umpteenth carneade of that rascal by Rico Rodriguez. Scenery: the island ...

Devil May Cry 5: Live action tests instead of cutscene

Devil May Cry is a series loved by many users, punctuated by gothic hues, always engaging soundtracks and a fluid and dynamic combat system. And just two days from the release of the expected fifth chapter ...

The Microsoft Game Pass could arrive on the Nintendo Switch

It seems that Microsoft is preparing an unprecedented partnership with Nintendo. According to a report by Direct Feed Games, Microsoft is working to make the Xbox Game Pass subscription service available on Nintendo Switch. The...

Microsoft is not showing interest in VR with Xbox Scarlett

Pablo Lafora, game designer at Tessera Studios, said that Microsoft has never made mention of VR talking about Xbox Scarlett.

Sea of ​​Thieves, with the current promotion friends play for free

If lately you've had fun with Sea of ​​Thieves now it's time to try to make your friends play thanks to the current promotion. Yes, it's ...

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