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Strong hold of Blizzard on third-party apps

Overwatch players who rely on third-party apps to track and improve their performance in Overwatch have been advised that the continued use of such apps could lead to a ...

Blizzard eliminates the Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm loot boxes in Belgium

Blizzard has announced that it will remove the paid loot boxes from Overwatch and Heroes of the Storm in Belgium after the consequences of last weekend's sentences. The Belgian Commission has declared illegal ...

After Diablo III we could also watch Overwatch on Nintendo Switch

After the rumor there was confirmation: Diablo III will arrive on Nintendo Switch with some additional content dedicated to The Legend of Zelda. The reunion between Nintendo and Blizzard after fifteen years has ...

NERF reproduces Overwatch's weapons

Are you a fan of Overwatch and do you love NERF weapons? So this is the news for you: Hasbro (owner of NERF) and Blizzard have signed an agreement for the official reproduction of some of the weapons ...

Wrecking Ball has an official release date on Overwatch

The new Overwatch hero has a debut date on the official servers. People will be able to play as Wrecking Ball, the hamster named Hammond in a mech, starting from ...

The new hero of Overwatch is a very bad hamster

Overwatch's new hero is Wrecking Ball, an adorable hamster who rides a giant round mech. For those who were wondering, yes, the hamster is Hammond. It is a very special tank whose ...

Blizzard begins to suggest the arrival of a new Overwatch character

Overwatch's official Twitter profile has published a tweet that seems to suggest the arrival of new content for the game. The tweet simply reads "Calm before the storm" and is a short video shot in ...

Overwatch updates to the 1.25 version with many new features

Blizzard announced the release of the 1.25 patch dedicated to Overwatch on the PTR, the game's test server. In the video below you can see the game director Jeff Kaplan illustrating the changes made ...

The existence of a DLC for Luigi's Mansion 3 on Nintendo revealed ...

The publication on the Nintendo Switch of the Luigi's Mansion series is still little more than a month away, but the ...

Sony, the next State of Play will be broadcast on September 24

Sony will broadcast a new State of Play next week, in which new games will be revealed along with much new information on ...
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