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Watch Dogs Legion returns to show off with a new gameplay trailer

Ubisoft has recently released a new gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated Watch Dogs Legion, announcing that the game as well as arriving on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, will also land on Google Stadia ...

Alan Wake and For Honor free on Epic Games Store

The Epic Games store, has recently updated its list of free games by entering For Honor game as service developed by the Canadians of Ubisof Montréal and Alan Wake, the psychological thriller of ...
Rainbow Six Quarantine

Rainbow Six Quarantine should be released before April 2020

Rainbow Six Quarantine, the next cooperative chapter in the Rainbow Six franchise, is expected to hit the shelves before the fiscal year ends, according to Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot. This would mean a date of ...
The Division

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 ...
Ubisoft

[E3 2019] Ubisoft, conference recap

The Ubisoft conference on the E3 2019 stage has just ended. A sequence of trailers and gameplay followed one another, showing several games as well as a new ...
Gods & Monsters

[E3 Ubisoft] announced a new IP called Gods & Monsters

From the prestigious stage of the E3 in Los Angeles, Ubisoft has announced the arrival of a new IP: it is Gods & Monsters title devised by the same creators of Assassin's Creed Odyssey. The launch of the video game is ...

[E3 Ubisoft] New IP Roller Champions announced

During the Ubisoft conference of E3 the new IP Roller Champions was announced. The game is an online team multiplayer, where players skate in a ring-shaped arena with a ball ...

Capcom plans the return of some old iPs

Capcom is doing well in the last period, with games like Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 2 (remake) and Devil May Cry 5. It seems that...

Pokémon Center in London: our visit

On Friday 18 October the first European Pokémon Center was inaugurated in London. The store is only temporary and will close the November 15, serving ...

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