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Battlefield 2042 has been postponed to November 19th

Let's go back to Battlefield 2042. After the presentation of the latest EA Play, the new chapter of the DICE shooter series seemed to have disappeared from the radar, with fans seriously worried about the lack of ...
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EA Play - Portal Mode Shown for Battlefield 2042

Let's go back to EA Play Live. During the event, a representative of Ripple Effect Studios showed and detailed all the details on the new Battlefield 2042 mode, called Portals and focused on a ...
Battlefield 2042 DICE EA Electronic Arts Open Beta Cross Play

Battlefield 2042 - The Open Beta has been postponed

Bad and good news for players and potential buyers of Battlefield 2042, the latest installment of the FPS series from DICE and Electronic Arts coming on October 22, 2021. Through a recent ...
Battlefield 2042 DICE EA Electronic Arts Open Beta Cross Play

Battlefield 2042 is the newest chapter in the EA series

It's called Battlefield 2042 and it's the new chapter of the famous franchise published by EA and developed by DICE. The long wait is finally over and has led to a new iteration of the series that ...
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Battlefield 6 - The first trailer will arrive in June

Battlefield 6, the latest installment in the series currently in development at DICE, Criterion and Electronic Arts is ready to be announced. The confirmation comes from the Twitter account of the series, with a new post that leaves little ...

GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition, minimum and recommended requirements revealed ...

In the past few hours Rockstar has announced the official release date for the GTA: The Trilogy Definitive Edition, which will arrive on November 11, 2021 on PlayStation, Xbox, ...

Advance Wars 1 + 2 Re-Boot Camp has been postponed to 2022

Announced during Nintendo Direct dedicated to E3 2021, Advance Wars 1 + 2 Re-Boot Camp was due to be released on December 3, 2021. However, it seems that ...

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