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One of the co-creators of Halo has opened a new studio at Electronic Arts

Marcus Letho, one of the co-creators of the historic Halo franchise at Bungie, has officially announced the next chapter in his XNUMX-year career in the world of video games: Game Director at a new studio ...
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Developer V1 Interactive has announced its closure

After 7 years from its opening, V1 Interactive has announced the immediate closure of its studio. The announcement came through a post from CEO Marcus Lehto on Twitter. https://twitter.com/game_fabricator/status/1368986786941214723 Founded by the ex-Bungie himself in 2014, V1 Interactive ...

Disintegration, multiplayer servers will be closed during the month of November

In the past few hours V1 Interactive, the development studio responsible for Disintegration, announced that the multiplayer servers of the shooter released last June will be permanently closed on November 17th. From that date ...

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Disintegration, a video reveals the date to participate in the beta

Private Division and V1 Interactive have released a new Disintegration trailer to introduce the technical multiplayer beta to be held next week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vmDVqv_cH0&feature=youtu.be The private beta of the new first person shooter developed by the co-creator ...
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[gamescom 2019] Disintegration - Tried

The Private Division participated in gamescom for the first time and did so with an absolutely enviable line-up: Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey (don't miss our interview with Patrice Désilets), The Outer Worlds ...

Disintegration is the new sci-fi FPS from the Halo co-creator

In the past few hours Take-Two has announced to the world Disintegration, a new first-person shooter set in a sci-fi setting, which will be directed by one of the brightest minds of the genre, it is nothing less ...

Phil Spencer: “I confirmed to Sony my intention to keep Call of ...

With a tweet published late yesterday, Phil Spencer wanted to clarify what the fate of the Call of Duty franchise will be ...

WWE 2K22, after two years of absence the wrestling title ...

In the past few hours 2K Games has announced that the next 11 March 2022 is coming (after two years of absence of the franchise) ...

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