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Mount and Blade

Mount and Blade 2 closed beta has begun

Slowly but surely, the end of the long gestation of Mount and Blade II is approaching: Bannerlord, the awaited new chapter of TaleWorlds RPG series, whose launch date is still shrouded in mystery ....
Anthem beta

BioWare will hold an open beta of Anthem in early February

Anthem, the multiplayer shooter signed by BioWare, ended yesterday, the arrival of which is scheduled for late February. If you failed to get an invitation to participate in the Alpha Closed, ...
Red Dead Online

Red Dead Online: how to access it

Red Dead Online is finally ... online! Although formally in Beta, RDR 2 finally decides to show its multiplayer potential. From today until November 30 the Beta will be limited to a certain number ...

That's when we can try the Fallout 76 beta on PC

After the Xbox One, now it's up to the computers: the Fallout 76 beta, the 23 October previewed on the Microsoft console, is about to open its first test sessions also on PC ....
Beta Fallout 76

That's when exactly the Fallout 76 beta comes out

The wait is almost over, we are running out: the arrival of the Fallout 76 beta is imminent. Bethesda however kept the exact details tight until the end, merely revealing other content ...

Battlefield 5: Open Beta coming in September

The Battlefield 5 Closed Alpha has just ended and DICE, thanks to player feedback, was able to get interesting information for the next step. In fact, in a DICE blog post, yes ...

Started the preload of the second beta of Monster Hunter World, here are the dates

All PlayStation 4 owners are invited to the second Monster Hunter World beta, starting on Friday. This time it will also be open to those who have not subscribed to the Playstation Plus. The ...

A unique NetCode look at Destiny 2

Many after hearing the news about the exclusive Blizzard on the second title of the Destiny saga we have asked endless questions beyond the various rumors, including the possible cross-platform between PlayStation and ...

Anthem producer Ben Irving leaves BioWare

Through its official Twitter account, Ben Irving BioWare Lead Producer, announced the abandonment of the company, explaining that this decision comes from having accepted another ...

A Hat in Time finally has an official release date on ...

In the past few hours the independent developers of Gears for Breakfast have announced the official release date of A Hat in Time on Nintendo ...

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