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Battlefield V: Wake Island Map, release date revealed

Just in time for the holidays, DICE has revitalized Wake Island, undoubtedly the most popular map in Battlefield history. The popular map will be launched for free on Thursday 12 December, in conjunction with ...

The Sims 4, collaboration with Ironhack unveiled

The worlds of real and virtual technology mix together, thanks to the partnership between The Sims and Ironhack, which offer some scholarships that will allow virtual reality enthusiasts ...
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Apex Legends, new updates coming

EA, from today, has announced new updates, for customizations and opportunities to be discovered. Apex Legends is preparing to shine in the Christmas holidays with a series of updates that include a progress system ...

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, important numbers for the title of EA and Respawn

Today Electronic Arts, Respawn Entertainment and Lucasfilm have announced that the acclaimed Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the best-selling digital launch for a Star Wars video game in its first two weeks. The...

FIFA 20, the Copa Libertadores arrives

Electronics Arts announced today that the CONMEBOL Libertadores, the largest club tournament in South America, is about to arrive exclusively on EA SPORTS FIFA 20 as a free content update scheduled for March 2020 ...

Battlefield 6 will arrive on Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5

Electronic Arts has confirmed that Battlefield 6 will arrive on Xbox Project Scarlett and PlayStation 5. But it will take a few years to see the shooter on next-generation consoles, as the publisher wants ...

Battlefield V Year 2 Edition, available on all platforms

An EA press release warns us that today's Battlefield V Year 2 Edition is available for both PC and Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Everything is ready for the exciting experience ...
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order, EA shows the gameplay

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, unveiled launch trailer

In anticipation of the release of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, EA and Respawn Entertainment revealed the official trailer showing a preview of the epic moments of the saga, lightsaber fights and the eclectic ...

Niantic and Qualcomm come together to create AR glasses

The creators of Pokemon Go and Qualcomm have decided to join forces to produce augmented reality glasses. So the two companies ...

Warframe, a special announcement will be made at the Game Awards

Yesterday, Geoff Keighley announced that "about ten new titles" will be unveiled at The Game Awards next week. Among these, it should ...

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