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Apex Legends Mobile

Apex Legends soon in mobile version

It seems that Apex Legends is about to emulate its counterparts Fortnite and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Or become a battle royale also playable on mobile devices. The details of this type of launch were ...
EA Access Playstation

EA Access also available for Playstation 4

Several major video games are betting a lot on the future of video game distribution. While today we are now firmly rooted in the digital delivering era, there will come a day when maybe most of the games will be ...

EA has added well 12 old Star Wars videogame glories to the Origin service ...

In the past few hours Electronic Arts, to celebrate the Star Wars Day which is now held every year on 4 May, has added 12 games of the Star Wars brand to the Origin subscription service ...
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order in June the gameplay will be revealed

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, soon to reveal the gameplay

Respawn and Electronic Arts have confirmed that the first video in which they will reveal the gameplay of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be shown next month. During the EA Play 2019, to be held by the 7 ...
Apex Legends

Apex Legends, Respawn banna over 770.000 cheaters

In the past few hours the developers of Respawn Entertainment through a post on the official subreddit of Apex Legends have updated the community on the counter-moves that the studio is taking against the cheaters in game. In accordance to...
Titanium case 2

Respawn refers the new Titanfall to concentrate resources on Apex Legends

In the past few hours the developers of Respawn Entertaiment have published a long post where they talk about the future of the studio, Apex Legends, and the projects in the pipeline, especially the new Titanfall. In accordance to...
Anthem

Anthem, big delays for additional content

Anthem developer BioWare has announced some changes to the program to release the game's extra content.
The Burnout Paradise servers start to close

Burnout Paradise servers towards closure

Almost 12 years have passed since the release of Burnout Paradise, the sixth chapter of the series developed by Criterion. Released in the 2008 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and the following year for PC, it featured ...

Nixeus Reveals High Octane Gaming Monitors

Engineered and Designed for Gamers, Nixeus '27' WQHD 144Hz EDG27v2 Gaming Monitor series is AMD Radeon FreeSync Certified and ...

PlayStation 5 - let's find out the loading time compared to ...

It will take some time before finding out real details about Sony's next-generation console, the 5 PlayStation. ...

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