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Deathloop, announced the new launch date

Deathloop was one of those stocks hit by compulsive postponement over the current year. The guys from Arkane Studios, however, have finally revealed the launch date. The title, conceived and developed by the creators ...

Deathloop, postponed to 2021

Deathloop, the shooter presented during E3 2019 by the creators of Dishonered, has been postponed to the spring of 2021. The announcement was made by Arkane Lyon through a message on Twitter, in which ...
Free is Beautiful - Arkane Studios Anniversary

Free is Beautiful - 20 years of Arkane Studios

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Arkane Studios, one of the major studios under Bethesda and responsible for the development of titles such as the Dishonored series games. To celebrate, Bethesda's launcher offers its ...

Weird West is the new isometric RPG of the creators of Dishonored and Prey

During the Game Awards ceremony, Devolver Digital and WolfEye Studios officially unveiled their first collaborative project, Weird West, a truly original isometric RPG. In Weird West we will be ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood will have a level design inspired by Dishonored

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is undoubtedly a break with the past for the Wolfenstein franchise. The new chapter of the series reboot, in fact, will be a co-op in which we will play as Blazkowicz's daughters, at ...

Frostpunk Mobile coming to iOS and Android

It's been less than a year since 11 Bit Studios wrapped the Frostpunk story with the game's final DLC. TO...

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, PS5 exclusive for at least six months

Sony's exclusivity of Final Fantasy VII Remake continues. Intergrade will be PS5 exclusive for at least six months. Shown again by Square Enix via a new trailer, ...

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