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Dauntless - Iron Galaxy helped Phoenix Labs bring the game to Switch

Dauntless, the free to play where we play the role of a hunter, owes his arrival on Switch to the guys at Iron Galaxy. During an interview with Chris Fox of Phoenix Lab by ...

Dauntless - Improvements after the first problems

Dauntless, an online multiplayer game inspired by Monster Hunter that was officially released earlier this week, presented numerous matchmaking and server issues in the early days, but the developers ...
Dauntless reaches the 4 million players

Dauntless reaches the 4 million players

A great debut for the Phoenix Labs title. The developers announced that in the first 24 hours since the release, Dauntless has collected over half a million new players, surpassing the impressive number of 4 ...

Dauntless: the release date for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions revealed

In the past few hours Dauntless developers have officially unveiled the release date of their ambitious project in its Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions. As reported by Polygon, Dauntless will debut on the consoles ...

Open Beta of Dauntless coming soon

Although Dauntless will be free, it's still interesting to know that it will enter open beta next month. This above all considering that the beta was only accessible to those who had purchased one of the three types ...

Loot Box to Ban?

The Belgian site VTM announces that the Gaming Commission has investigated the loot boxes in video games, especially putting under the magnifying glass guess who? Obviously EA with Star Wars: Battlefront ...

2019's latest PlayStation State of Play will air ...

In the past few hours Sony has announced the arrival of the latest PlayStation State of Play of the 2019, which will be broadcast live the next December 10. Just ...

Battlefield V: Wake Island Map, release date revealed

Just in time for the holidays, DICE has revitalized Wake Island, undoubtedly the most popular map in Battlefield history. The popular ...

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