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Ninja explains why he chose Fortnite rather than Apex Legends

Ninja, one of the most famous streamer in the world, explained the reasons that led him to devote himself to Fortnite rather than Apex Legends.
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Apex Legends: let's analyze the new patch

Respawn Entertainment constantly follows Apex Legends to intercept bugs, imbalances and various problems. While taking it quite comfortably for their resolution and adding new content, with this new patch, the 1.1.1, Apex ...

Apex, new legend during the Season 1

The Season 1 of Apex Legends has just begun and with its launch the first new legend was introduced: Octane. The updates, however, are not over and, before the end of the season, another ...

Apex: do you only want metals in the packs? Set Belgium as a region

If you are a dedicated Apex Legends player, this is the article you can't miss. As many of you will know, loot boxes have recently been banned in Belgium, considered real gambling ....

Here is Havok, the new weapon on Apex Legends

With two posts on Instagram and Facebook, the guys at Respawn Entertainment presented Havok, the first new weapon added to Apex Legends. According to the description on the EA site, with the Havok is added in-game ...

Nintendo talks about the potential of its Next Gen console

At a recent meeting between Nintendo's bigwigs and shareholders, some of the latter brought a more question to the table ...

EA to Release First Quarter Fiscal Year 2021 Results on July ...

REDWOOD CITY, Calif .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) will release its financial results for the first fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2020 after the ...

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