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Planetside Arena, the servers will be closed in January 2020

Daybreak has announced that the online shooter Planetside Arena, in early PC access from September 2019, will be sent offline. The servers will be closed on 10 January 2020. The developers have realized that ...
Vatican Minecraft

The Vatican has its own Minecraft server

In September, Father Robert Ballecer, a former blogger and host of the "The Week in Tech" program, asked his 23 thousand Twitter followers for which game he should have set up servers in ...
Ubisoft increases the server capacity for Assassin's Creed: Unity

Ubisoft increases the server capacity for Assassin's Creed: Unity

We had already spoken in a previous article of the idea of ​​using the Notre Dame models in Assassin's Creed: Unity to plan its reconstruction following the fire. Apparently the charity campaign ...

The Culling is officially on the way to a definite closure

He held on to life but it's time to say enough. The Culling, as announced by developer Xaviant, will definitely close

MySpace loses millions of songs and images during server migration

The former social media giant MySpace apologized to its (few) users after a server migration caused huge data loss. A message appeared on the company website warning the ...

Runescape Classic, server shutdown has been delayed for one player

The Streamer Titus_Furius will go down in history as the last legend of Runescape Classic. On Monday 6 August, the day that Jagex closed Classic servers around 17 years after opening, Titus completed the ...

Sea of ​​Thieves - You Are Not Prepared

It is not Illidan who lands on the Sea of ​​Thieves, but the "small" one that must be done to the creators of the game who absolutely did not expect such a success. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_p73PZIDQuA In fact the launch of Sea of ​​Thieves ...

The Accelerator and World of Warcraft FREE on a Practical Video Tutorial!

Accattino is back. For the laziest there is the explanatory video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4s5pJJ0lrg As you have surely already noticed from the title today I want to offer you a method to play FREE World of Warcraft. If you already know this method ...

GDC 2020, the conference has been officially postponed

GDC 2020 has been officially postponed. The conference organization itself announced this with a post on its official website. "After a series of ...

Nioh 2 Final Demo available from today for a very limited time

A few days after launch, Team Ninja has decided to publish the Final Demo of its latest effort: Nioh 2. You are too impatient to wait ...

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