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Epic Games Store adds achievements

Earlier this year, Epic Games Store had published a roadmap listing the features that would gradually enrich the platform. Among others, the additions of the achievements were also added, ...

Atlas: discovered in the Ark game menu

The guys at Instinct Games are certainly not experiencing their best time. After gaining notoriety thanks to Ark, with the new Atlas they are destroying the image at least decent that they had ...

From the developers of Ark coming up a multiplayer game with pirates, Atlas

Studio Wildcard, the developer of Ark: Survival Evolved, officially presented his next game, the pirate-based multiplayer adventure called Atlas. will arrive on Steam next week, 13 December, and on ...
Ark: Survival Evolved Extinction

Ark's latest expansion: Survival Evolved, Extinction, is on Steam

Ark: Survival Evolved has been a success since its debut on Steam in the 2015 in Early Access. Three years later, the survival of animals (more or less) prehistoric has ...

Ark arrives on Windows 10 and is closely related to the Xbox version

Ark: Survival Evolved has finally arrived on the Windows 10 store and as an Xbox Play Anywhere title, so if you buy the game digitally on Xbox One, it is also automatically unlocked on Windows ...

Open the Floodgates - Risk of Rain 2 Officially Launches on ...

Hopoo Games celebrates 1.0 release after more than two million sold in Steam Early AccessFRISCO, Texas - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Today Risk of Rain 2 officially releases out ...

GoldenEye 25 - The fan-made project ceases its development

A few months ago we told you about GoldenEye 25, a remake of the classic GoldenEye 007 released on Nintendo 64 and developed by the team of ...

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