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Fortnite devs cause a fourteen-year-old to use cheats

Epic Games takes the problem of cheating in Fortnite very seriously. Maybe too much. The company has in fact taken legal action against two players accused of cheating, but then discovered that one of the users at ...

The apotheosis of dubious quality games on the Play Store

The world of Google Play, Android's digital store, is a veritable mine of clone titles. At the moment, without a shadow of a doubt, the most famous game in circulation is PLAYERUNKNOW'S BATTLEGROUND, ...

Unreal Engine 4 will have some improvements thanks to Fortnite

Epic Games has made a long series of changes and improvements to the Unreal Engine 4 to meet the requirements of the Battle Royale modalities, so far so fashionable. One of the reasons that pushed ...

Player Boom for Fortnite, passed PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Let's be clear right away, at the moment Fortnite is the only console game to offer a Battle Royale mode, so it's no wonder it has had such a huge boom of players. This modality, added very recently, is ...


Obviously I'm not talking about the now famous PUBG but its rival Fortnite. Let us specify one thing immediately: Fortnite looks more like Rust than PUBG, but today (26 / 09) the ...

PUBG vs. Fortnite: "Replicates Our Gaming Experience"

For the uninitiated, Fortnite is the new title of the Epic Games coming out on the 26 September. In the style of battle royale, the game will consist of dropping a single map up to ...

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MUNICH - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # 3D - Gaming, virtual e-Commerce, 3D online education: Augmented Reality (AR) applications with three-dimensional depth sensors link the real with the digital world and are ...

Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

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