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Amazon's MMO New World has been postponed to 2021

The first steps taken by Amazon in the world of video games cannot be said to be lucky. The period is not the best for the production of new titles, especially if you are a studio that comes ...

Crucible returns to Closed Beta

The failure of Crucible is now clear: the game, after a rather problematic launch, was abandoned by the players within a few days, convincing the development team to cut two of the three ...

Crucible is a flop, the team runs for cover

Crucible did not exactly start with the public's favor and, after a few weeks, it is already time to patch up a situation that is certainly not rosy. The multiplayer title of Amazon Game Studios, as well as ...

Crucible is shown in three gameplay videos

Amazon and Relentless Studios have released three gameplay videos for the new free-to-play shooter, Crucible. The focus of these are the three game modes present on day one. In Heart of the ...

Crucible, the Amazon Games shooter comes out on May 20th

There is very little missing from the release of a new Amazon Games title and no, this is not New World: Crucible is out on May 20. Developed by the Relentless Studios division, Crucible presents itself as one ...

2K Games announces the new WWE 2K22 with a teaser trailer ...

In the past few hours during the annual appointment with WrestleMania, one of the most important events of the season for fans of World Wrestling Entertainment, 2K Games has ...

Resident Evil Village: the game map will be divided into four ...

In the past few hours, IGN has revealed for the first time what will be the map of the areas present in Resident Evil Village. Despite the previous ...

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