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Fear the Wolves, battle royale inspired by STALKER, has a release date

Fear the Wolves is a "post apocalyptic first-person shooter" by Vostok Games. He launched his beta tests last week and now has a release date: the 18 July. Vostok, for ...

Blizzard Activition in the world of Battle Royale

The success of the "Battle Royale" genre, specifically of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite, has not gone unnoticed by a giant of the videogame world as Activision Blizzard. During the investor conference, the CEO of Activision, ...

Fortnite Battle Royale, here's what the mobile version of the game looks like

Fortnite Battle Royale, the free-to-play phenomenon of the moment, is coming to iPhone and iPad, and that's how it appears on the smaller screen of mobile devices. https://youtu.be/iyYzfMOUvZU Fans expect the launch on ...

Starting from tomorrow the free week of H1Z1 begins

The Daybreak Games battle royale, H1Z1, had a challenging 2017, including title changes and constant improvements to the weapons interface and balancing. But not only feedback from players lives a ...

Player Boom for Fortnite, passed PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Let's be clear right away, at the moment Fortnite is the only console game to offer a Battle Royale mode, so it's no wonder it has had such a huge boom of players. This modality, added very recently, is ...


https://youtu.be/bI9nmJa9bD0 Premetto di non aver giocato alla mod di Arma né ad H1Z1: King of the Hill, entrambi firmati dall'ormai celebre PLAYERUNKNOWN, ma poco è bastato per farmi innamorare di questo gioco. A video vedrete la...

Glu Announces Pricing of Public Offering of Common Stock

SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Glu Mobile Inc. (NASDAQ: GLUU), a leading developer and publisher of mobile games, today announced the pricing of an underwritten public offering ...

Fortnite, Epic further postpones Season 3

With a release on its official website, Epic Games announced a new postponement regarding Fortnite's Season 3. These are the words ...

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