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Nioh 2

Nioh 2 Open Beta announced, will start in November

Koei Tecmo America has announced, that the Nioh 2 open beta will start on November 1 and will end on November 10. The trial version will present an unprecedented level of play and introduce a new ...

Black Desert Online Beta PlayStation 4 - Preview

MMORPG fans, you are called to report: from 9 to 13 Agosto it is in fact available on Play Station 4 the open beta of Black Desert Online and, if you missed the genre, it is an opportunity that ...
The Tropico 6 open beta

The open beta of tropico 6 on Pc limited time.

The Tropico 6 open beta is available on PC (Steam platform) for a limited period from today until Friday 8 March. Being a South American dictator in the middle of the cold war has always been ...
Anthem beta

BioWare will hold an open beta of Anthem in early February

Anthem, the multiplayer shooter signed by BioWare, ended yesterday, the arrival of which is scheduled for late February. If you failed to get an invitation to participate in the Alpha Closed, ...

GC 2018 - The Battlefield V Open Beta has a release date, even in ...

The Battlefield V war is about to return, and we will be able to prepare ourselves for the definitive one with an Open Beta starting from September 6, as announced by DICE during the conference that took place during these hours at ...
Dragon Ball FighterZ Cover

Dragon Ball FighterZ is about to arrive

Finally we have a date: Dragon Ball FighterZ will be released for Xbox One, PS4 and PC the 26 January 2018 Bandai Namco has announced that there will be two versions for sale. The first will be the Fighterz Edition which ...

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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