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Kingdom Come: Free deliverance at the weekend to celebrate the sales record

Kingdom Come: Deliverance has surpassed 3 million copies sold worldwide. To celebrate this result, the developers have decided to make it free on Steam for a few days. Two years after the ...
Dying Light

Free Dying Light on Steam this weekend

Dying Light has just celebrated its fifth anniversary, and while Dying Light 2 is currently overdue without an official release date, players can try the original game for free on Steam. Furthermore,...
borderlands 3

Borderlands 3, the free gaming weekend starts

It is an exciting week for Borderlands 3 players. 2K Games and Gearbox in addition to announcing the arrival of the first DLC of the game campaign, have given the opportunity to fans of Borderlands ...

Fallout 4 will be playable for free this weekend

It's been two and a half years since the launch of Fallout 4, but Bethesda's RPG continues to be talked about and churning out news, from Virtual Reality to the constant publication of new ...

Free overwatch from 9 to 12 on consoles

The Overwatch Free Weekend started yesterday, where it will be possible until 1:00 am on the 13th to download and play Overwatch for free. XBOX ONE users will need to have a Live Gold membership. All the characters, the ...

Crysis 4 has been officially announced

With a post on the official Twitter profile, Crytek has officially announced the entry into production of Crysis 4. https://twitter.com/Crytek/status/1486309465485946883 The announcement took place with this very short trailer that ...

Halo Infinite, 20 million players have made the latter the best ...

In the past few hours Microsoft has published the latest financial results of the company on its official website, in which the impressive performances of the ...

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