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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - a bug indicates a possible return of loot ...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is now available in beta on Playstation 4, and as scheduled, the first sensations about the game and more are coming. Someone might turn up their nose at the idea of ​​...

Epic Games promises transparency in the loot box

Epic Games joins the ranks of companies that want to regulate loot boxes to make them less unpredictable. Epic has also joined Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo to gain transparency in the prize funds.

PES 2019, Konami blocks gaming currencies in Belgium

Due to the possible danger of gambling addiction due to loot boxes, Belgium has decided to create regulations to try to protect players from this risk. This choice, of course, ...

CD Projekt Red has clear ideas about loot boxes and incomplete games: they are ...

CD Projekt Red has frequently expressed itself on the subject of microtransactions and loot boxes in the past, reiterating its opposition to practices of this type. To make matters worse the co-founder of the ...

Mike Chapman: There will never be loot boxes in Sea Of Thieves

The official launch of Sea Of Thieves, Rare's pirate sandbox, is missing a month, and in addition to the recent publication of the hardware requirements, Mike Chapman, one of the video game's devs, gave ...

Call of Duty: Mobile Launches October 1

Developed Exclusively for Android and iOS, New Free-to-Play Mobile Game Delivers the Definitive Call of Duty Full Features Head-to-Head

Alan Wake Remastered coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and ...

According to rumors circulating in the last few hours, Alan Wake could return to a remastered version on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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