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Uplay + - Ubisoft's service debuts on the market

It would not be wrong to say that this era is, among other things, that of online subscriptions. Each giant offers its service to subscribe to, whether it's streaming, gaming or other content ....

Battlefield V, DICE cancels 5vs5 mode

In a post on the EA website, senior producer Ryan Mcarthur stated that the 5vs5 mode, scheduled for Battlefield V, has been canceled. This elimination is defined as "a difficult decision" ...
Dragon Age 4 Fernando Melo Lead Producer Bioware

Fernando Melo, lead producer of Dragon Age 4, leaves Bioware

Another high-level developer leaves Bioware. After Ben Irving, lead producer of Anthem, it is now the turn of Fernando Melo, lead producer of Dragon Age 4. The announcement was made through the Twitter account ...
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Anthem, big delays for additional content

Anthem developer BioWare has announced some changes to the program to release the game's extra content.
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Anthem, Kotaku reveals a very long series of background stories

Kotaku carried out a very long investigation concerning the development of Anthem and all its background, including everything that went wrong.

Electronic Arts cuts jobs

These are difficult times for everyone and of course Electronic Arts is not exempt from the difficulties the videogame sector is facing, just think of the recent cuts in Activision, another giant that ...
1 Season of the Apex Legends Battle Pass

Apex Legends: from tomorrow the 1 Season

10 will start tomorrow: 00 AM PT (the Italian 19) the 1 Season of the Apex Legends Battle Pass entitled "Wild Frontier". On the official website of Ea, there are all the details on the contents ...

Apex Legends: EA paid Ninja $ 1 million to promote the game?

Apex Legends, right from the launch, immediately made a name for itself both through the media and the influencers, the latter in close contact with EA in the activities of promoting the titles. And the streamer ...

Rumor - The new film design of ...

Last May, following the negative feedback received from the whole audience after the first trailer, the director of the Sonic The movie ...

The Witcher 3, Digital Foundry approves the Nintendo Switch version

The Witcher 3, after several months of waiting, is also preparing to arrive on Nintendo Switch. Digital Foundry recently analyzed the hybrid version of the ...

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