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Dirt 5 has been postponed to November 2020

It's official: Dirt 5 has been postponed to next November 6, 2020. This was announced by the developer Codemasters in a tweet on the official profile of the game. https://twitter.com/dirtgame/status/1302864202248454148 The reasons behind this postponement for the racing game ...
The Settlers

The Settlers postponed indefinitely

After so many hopes and so many silences, yet another blow comes for fans of old-fashioned real-time strategic games: The Settlers has been officially postponed once again. Unlike the first postponement, the ...

New World, Amazon postpones its MMO

New World, an MMO title developed by Amazon Game Studios, has been postponed. The stock was expected to hit the market next month. The working conditions during the emergency that the whole world is experiencing ...

The Last of Us Part II has been postponed to a later date

Sony and Naughty Dog have announced that The Last of Us Part II has been postponed to a date to be defined. This is the second postponement for the title, initially scheduled for February 21 ...

Postponed to PlayerUnknown's Battleground!

PlayerUnknown's Battleground (PUBG) is one of the games that entertained us during the last live of the Youtube channel of Parliamo di Videogiochi (if you are not registered, do it, we have cookies and burraco!) Unfortunately, the creator of ...

Gran Turismo Sport was postponed

Announced on PlayStation blog the postponement of Gran Turismo Sport. Kazunori Yamauchi, CEO of Polyphony Digital announced: We inform you that today we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the release of Gran Turismo Sport. GT Sport ...

Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

Two Bit Circus REMOTE Brings a Live, Interactive, Play-From-Home Game Show ...

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