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Immortals Fenyx Rising - Review

After Assassin's Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs Legion Ubisoft closes its releases of this strange 2020 with its third open world in a few weeks, Immortals Fenyx Rising. Unlike the ...

Immortals: Fenyx Rising, video comparison between the PS5 version and Nintendo Switch

Immortals: Fenyx Rising is shown in an interesting video comparison between the PS5 and Nintendo Switch versions. The Ubisoft title focused on Greek mythology is the protagonist of this interesting video of the GameXplain channel. The open world of ...
Immortals: Fenyx Rising Ubisoft Forward

Gods & Monsters, the name of the game may have been changed due to ...

During the last Ubisoft Forward held last week, the French publisher presented several news regarding Immortals Fenyx Rising, previously known to the public under the name of Gods & Monsters. Well it seems that the ...
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Announced the date of the next Ubisoft Forward

It was in the air, but today 1 September 2020 official confirmation from Ubisoft arrived: the next Ubisoft Forward digital event is set for next Thursday 10 September 2020. https://youtu.be/Q6Wy3Kqkl2s Through this video, the ...
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Rumor - Gods & Monsters: Ubisoft has registered a new name?

Remember Gods & Monsters? Ubisoft's adventure game disappeared from the radar after the leak of the demo on Google Stadia released by mistake a few months ago. In recent months Ubisoft has announced that the ...

Apex Legends, new record of contemporary players on Steam

The success of Apex Legends does not seem to diminish over time, on the contrary: the battle royale created by Respawn Entertainment has registered its new ...

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E3 2021 will not be held in the form of a live event. What was rather predictable due to the organizational complications dictated by the pandemic, ...
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