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Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Activision Treyarch

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, alpha version now available

The alpha version of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is available today. Users will be able to play some modes of the multiplayer department of Activision's new fps starting at 10:00 ...
Need for Speed ​​Criterion Games

Need for Speed ​​- Alpha of a new game leaked

It seems that Criterion is already working on the next Need for Speed, and a recent video leaked and disclosed via Discord shows an Alpha version of the new Electronic Arts title in development. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAzifuhMvc0 In this video ...
Anthem beta

BioWare will hold an open beta of Anthem in early February

The closed alpha of Anthem, the multiplayer shooter signed by BioWare, whose arrival is scheduled for the end of February, ended yesterday. If you have not managed to get an invitation to participate in the closed alpha, ...

Battlefield 5: Open Beta coming in September

The Battlefield 5 Closed Alpha has just ended and DICE, thanks to player feedback, was able to draw interesting information for the next step. In fact, in a DICE blog post, yes ...
Wild West Online

Wild West Online: Finally a Date!

I have to tell you the truth. From the first day I saw Wild West Online I went completely haywire. Perhaps the unconditional love for western settings, perhaps the immense affection for a certain Red Dead Redemption, ...

Pokémon Company goes on a hunt for cheaters

Generating competitively worthy Pokémon has always been complex. Multiple factors influence the chances of getting a "perfect" specimen, and often ...

[Update] Xbox Live Gold, increases the subscription price

UPDATE. Microsoft has announced that not only Xbox Live Gold will not suffer increases, but soon it will no longer be necessary to access the ...

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