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Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War PS4 PS5

Watch out for when you launch Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on PS5, you might ...

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is one of those titles that, if purchased on Current or Old-Gen consoles, automatically include the free upgrade to Next-Gen. However, it seems that many users have by mistake ...
spellbreak

Spellbreak will have cross-platform progression

Spellbreak, a new battle royale title based on the use of magic, promise to break down yet another wall between the platforms currently on the market. Through a dedicated trailer, the developers have announced that the progress made in the game ...
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Minecraft Dungeons - The first DLC and cross-platform are coming soon

Mojang Studios has recently confirmed the release date and further details on the first DLC for Minecraft Dungeon, the dungeon crawler spin-off of the famous title for PC and Console. The first DLC of ...
Activision

Activision wants to bring all its franchises to mobile

Activision is interested in expanding the number of their games on mobile and apparently the company would like to create games for each of their franchises. So Activision is exploring the possibility and potential of ...
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, everything you need to know

If yesterday was the day of Death Stranding, today is certainly the day of the new chapter of the most famous FPS saga in the world: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Along with the release of the trailer, they are ...
Sony

Sony stopped transferring characters to PC in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 was the first chapter of the saga to be released also on PC. Coming out almost two months later than the PS4 / Xbox One version, many avid gamers thought (hoped) they could play first on ...

Cross-platform rescues for Civilization VI

Firaxis Games has announced that Civilization VI will now support cross-platform saves between PC (via Steam) and Nintendo Switch. To make everything work you need to link your 2K account and select "multi-platform cloud ...
Cross-play

Official: there will be no cross-play for Fallout 76

Bethesda marketing manager Pete Hines has been a goldmine of information over the past few weeks, and he repeated himself revealing another detail about Fallout 76 - this time, one that hardly ...
PlayStation 4

Sony rethinks and welcomes the cross-play with other platforms

Eventually Sony gives up. After holding on and having imposed itself against cross-play between the various gaming platforms, the Japanese company has decided to allow PlayStation 4 users to play with ...

Bethesda is pushing Sony to cross-play, fundamental to The Elder Scrolls Legends

Sony and cross-play are a bit like cat and mouse. We have been talking about it for some time and the "case" broke out especially with Fortnite, given its great success and the release on Nintendo ...

Sony examines the possibility of the cross-platform without however unbalancing

When the news emerged that the Nintendo Switch version of Fortnite would support PC crossplay it was a surprise. Of the three major owners of console platforms, Nintendo has the reputation ...

Overwatch [Beta] will come back shortly

Blizzard's highly anticipated 6v6 FPS continues to be talked about, including beta in fits and starts, details on a not exactly clear future and a Mom who wants it at all costs among the ...

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, new details on the Borderlands spin-off

The Borderlands saga is preparing to expand with Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, a spin-off that explores the concept of the famous DLC of the second chapter, entitled ...

Pokémon Unite is now officially available for download also ...

Since its launch on Nintendo Switch last July, Pokémon Unite has conquered peaks of popularity on the eShop, also thanks to continuous patches ...

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