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Netflix appoints a new director for the movie on The Division

Three years have passed since the first announcement on the development of a film on The Division, and the project has had a very troubled path ever since. But things have changed, and jobs ...
The Division 2 Gunner

The Division 2 introduces the gunner with a free patch

The Division 2 is no stranger to patches and updates - just remember the 90GB patches to download on the day of the Ubisoft title launch. The patch introduced these days is ...

The Division 2, Ubisoft could reduce the difficulty of the last raid

Raids are the greatest possible challenge in a team shooter. They require coordination, concentration and great communication skills among the various team members. The latest raid entered in The Division 2 ...

The Division 2, removed a homophobic artwork from the game

An unpleasant incident that found a quick solution hit The Division 2 in the last few hours. It seems that the Ubisoft house title development team has missed an artwork ...
Tom Clancy's The Division 2

Tom Clancy's The 2 Division - Review

The moment has finally arrived. After hours and hours spent on the press kit kindly supplied to us by Ubisoft, the time has come to make the necessary considerations on the new Tom Clancy's The Division 2. Let's begin. Developed ...

Summerford, the spiritual heir of Silent Hill announced

Do you fancy an old style Silent Hill-like game set in rural England in 1986? Then Summerford is for you. Developed by the wonderful Noisy ...

Cyberpunk 2077, why did CD Projekt Red postpone the game?

Cyberpunk 2077 is probably the most anticipated game coming in 2020. CD Projekt Red has been working on the title for seven years ....

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