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Fortnite: Epic removes the crossplay between Nintendo Switch and other consoles

In the past few hours with the release of Fortnite's 8.10 patch, Epic Games has officially removed the possibility of crossplaying between Nintendo Switch and other consoles: Xbox One and PS4. Starting from...
Battlefield 5: battle royale

Battlefield 5: imminent battle royale!

Battlefield 5: The battle royale mode called "Firestorm" is very close to release. On the Battlefield 5 online daily update page, the famous battle royale mode called "Firestorm" has appeared. Leak leaked thanks to user ...
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Fortnite: unveil the challenges of the 5 Week in advance

Not even time to let go of the challenges of the 4 Week, which a leak from the well-known FNBRLeaks revealed in record time those of the 5 Week. Despite being the reliable source (FNBRLeaks the ...

Nvidia will end support for GPUs with Kepler architecture on 31 ...

Nvidia has announced, through a FAQ page on their official website, that starting from August 31, 2021, the company will stop ...

E3 2021 - Two new trailers for The Great Ace Attorney ...

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles returns to show itself thanks to the presentation of Capcom at E3 2021 thanks to two new trailers. The Capcom conference, while not ...

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