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Destiny 2 becomes free on Battle.net for a limited time

Just over a year after its release, Destiny 2 has been made free for everyone, with the possibility to download it at no cost from the Battle.net service. To announce it were the same ...

Blizzard Blinking and Blinking Games FREE - GUIDE

Games Blizzard FREE or almost, I can already read the flame in the comments about the title "clickbait". The most affectionate and daring sparagnosaurs will not be afraid to take this path. Remember when I spoke to you ...

We returned to WebSummit

Also this year the expedition to the Websummit has ended. If you want to know why we go to this fair that does not stand out particularly in the eyes of gamers, you must understand that it is precisely from these contexts that ...

Diablo IV, probable incoming announcement

An advertisement appeared in the German magazine Gamestar where you can see a book of artworks, The Art of Diablo, which, according to the translation, ...

ADX Group Announces IPO Progress, New Cyber ​​Security Offerings

JEJU ISLAND, South Korea - (BUSINESS WIRE) - ADX Group ("ADX"), owner and operator of online business services, online entertainment, and consumer electronics, announced today that the company's ...

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