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Crossfire X, announced the open beta on Xbox One

Crossfire X, Microsoft's console version of the hit FPS, is currently in closed beta, but an open beta has been announced for this weekend. Through the free Xbox Insiders program you can register already ...

CrossFire - The biggest FPS in the world will become a movie

The infamous CrossFire first person shooter will become a movie. Variety recently reported that Sony Pictures has granted the rights to make a film based on the Smilegate shooter, which is considered ...

[E3 Microsoft] - Crossfire X arrives in 2020 on Xbox One

Phil Spencer, from the stage of E3, has announced that Crossfire X (title of the South Korean studio Smilegate) will arrive on Xbox One in 2020. Furthermore, according to what was revealed by the conference, the video game will be available in the catalog of ...

Free is Beautiful - Relicta

Like every Thursday, it's time to redeem the Epic Games Store gift for free. This week, the game on offer is Relicta. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uapU_6_u1IY Relicta is a ...

Sony: "We expect Microsoft to respect contractual agreements"

The echo of the acquisition of Activision Blizzard by Microsoft has not yet subsided and inevitably the very first responses have also arrived from ...

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