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Black Friday, even Bethesda participates with some incredible offers

Even Bethesda for Black Friday offers interesting offers for all its games with discounts that can reach 75% on the sale price. An unmissable opportunity for all fans who can ...
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Black Friday: Microsoft offers continue

The week of offers dedicated to Black Friday is not over yet: if you have to carry on with Christmas presents or you still have some whims to take away from you, this is the time. Microsoft wants ...
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The Ak Cyber ​​Black Cyber!

As you know, the Black Friday offers are not consumed only during Black Friday, but go on until Cyber ​​Monday. For the occasion, AK Informatica has launched its series of offers ...
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Ubisoft: 30 ° year and 30 offer days

On the occasion of both the Christmas period and the thirtieth anniversary of activity, Ubisoft has a work in progress to celebrate, not a bad initiative. In fact, starting from November 24, the 30 Days of Giveaways campaign will start: during ...
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Amazon Black Friday: continue offering

In case you were not aware of it, on Monday 14 left the "early" offers of Amazon for Black Friday: they are a taste of the real opportunities that probably will be reserved for the week, in fact, of ...

Fortnite, the new season will bring some changes to the Brawl mode to ...

Fortnite's 20 vs 20 Team Brawl mode will receive some changes with the release of Season 2 of Chapter 2 scheduled for the ...

Xbox Series X will have dedicated audio hardware acceleration

The awaited Xbox Series X will feature dedicated audio hardware acceleration. The solution will be presented during a GDC 2020 session hosted directly by Microsoft. The session ...

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