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PUBG Corp announces the arrival of the crossplay between console and PC on PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

In these hours the opening ceremony for the Gamescom 2019, one of the most awaited videogame events of the year, is underway. At the event, Microsoft gave a presentation in which, among other news, ...
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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds grossed nearly a billion dollars over the past year

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds continues to be one of the most successful Battle Royals of the genre, and although the active playerbase of the game has dropped compared to the first few months since its launch last year ...

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds sells DLC cosmetics in exclusive Xbox One

The launch of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One is imminent: in a week's time the battle royale of the moment will also arrive on Microsoft's console, and for those who want to deceive the wait from here to the exit, it's ...
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PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUND Hacker beat in a net cafe in China

Hackers can really spoil the gaming experience for all the correct users who follow the rules. Recently many PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUND players have complained about hackers using cheats ...

Fortnite, Lady Gaga unleashes the web with tweets

Nice tweet exchange between Lady Gaga and some VIPs, including Ninja, after a series of answers triggered by the singer's question "What's fortnight"

Nintendo Download: A Ghastly Ship Sails Into Port

REDMOND, Wash .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - This week's Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo SwitchReturn of the Obra Dinn - In 1802, the merchant ...

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