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Destiny 2 - On PC more players than on consoles

It would seem that Bungie's gamble on the free to play version of Destiny 2 is paying off. According to the latest data, the launch of Destiny 2 has set a new record for the number of people ...

Microsoft - Mike Ybarra leaves the company after 20 years

Microsoft and the Xbox brand say goodbye to Mike Ybarra. Ybarra leaves the company after a career spanning 20 years. If you are an Xbox fan you certainly know Mike Ybarra, one of the key figures of the brand ...
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Destiny 2 - What are Vex chassis for?

Destiny 2 has started releasing a special coin called the Vex chassis, but what are they for? And why are they particularly useful? First of all, we know that Vex chassis are released by killed Vex and ...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Developer asks fans to be more human

A really heavy week just passed, for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare development team. After the controversy of the fans about the temporary exclusivity on PS4 of Survival (Special Operations), yes ...
Civilization VI

Civilization VI coming to Sony and Microsoft consoles

Firaxis has finally announced the porting of Civilization VI for Playstation 4 and Xbox One, with also the release date: 22 November. Civilization Playstation 4 and Xbox One versions do not contain ...
Baldur's Gate Planescape: Icewind Dale Torment

Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment and Icewind Dale slightly postponed to consoles

The game's cornerstones of the RPG genre, Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment and Icewind Dale, also arrive on consoles but, unfortunately, with a little delay. It should have arrived this week but fans will have to wait ...

Indivisible - Preview

LabZero Games has won the trust of the public and critics with that gem that meets the name of "Skull Girls", a super-independent 2D fighting game with a damned hardcore soul. This, combined with a fund ...
Elite Dangerous

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. Space simulator veterans know the game first ...

Age of Empires 4, a gameplay video

During the X019 it was finally possible to see a gameplay video of Age of Empires 4, one of the most anticipated titles of the next ...

Razer Kraken Ultimate Delivers the Winning Edge for Competitive Gamers

Be the last one standing with Razer's latest gaming headset - with THX® Spatial Audio, custom-tuned 50mm drivers, and a pro-grade active noise ...

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