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Valorant Anti Cheat

Valorant - Riot and the Anti-Cheat that messes up your computer

Bello Valorant right? The title of Riot Games is on the crest of the wave in the last few days, and it is very likely that it will remain there for a long time. But is it really all pink and flowers? Well, actually ...

Xbox Game Pass - Free DLC coming soon

Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft's subscription service with which you can retrieve hundreds of games belonging to the Xbox One and Windows 10 catalog, is ready to update and also include ...

Microsoft presents the new Surface products

New York, 3 October 2018 - Microsoft shared its vision of the new era of personal productivity at an event in New York, presenting the new Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, Surface ...
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E3: Microsoft, between Xbox One S and Windows 10

Microsoft destroys competition at the E3 2016. Lots of news announced, starting with the new Xbox One S, white, smaller, more powerful and in 4K, which will be released in the summer 2017 and whose cost will be ...

Diablo II released a new patch

Nowadays manufacturers release patches and updates for games up to 2 years after their release, making "old" and "no longer supported" games in little time. Is not the ...

Rise of the Tomb Raider shortly on PC

Rise of the Tomb Raider, sequel to the award-winning Tomb Raider, will be made available for the 29 January PC, Square Enix announced in a press release. The game, named as Best Action / Adventure for ...

In Assassin's Creed Valhalla you can change genre at Eivor in ...

In the past few hours, following the gameplay shown in yesterday's Ubisoft Forward, the company has specified new details regarding the less clear aspects of ...

Burden of COVID-19 On the Market & Rehabilitation Plan | Global ...

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # GamingSoftwareMarket - Technavio has been monitoring the global gaming software market and it is poised to grow by USD 65.19 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at ...

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