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Sony Santa Monica is hiring staff for a new title not yet announced

In the past few hours Sony Santa Monica, the studio responsible for the development of God of War Ragnarok, has revealed that it is working on a new project not yet announced. To reveal it was the same study ...
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God of War Ragnarok may not be PS5 exclusive

God of War Ragnarok, the highly anticipated title from the adventures of Kratos and Atreus, may not be PS5 exclusive. Cross-gen launch planned? Presented thanks to a very short teaser trailer during the PS5 presentation, the sequel to ...

God of War Ragnarok will be GOTY 2021 according to one of the developers

God of War Ragnarok will win the title of GOTY 2021, at least according to one of the developers. Masterpiece in sight? After the surprise announcement during the PS5 showcase, God of War Ragnarok never showed up ...

God of War 2: check out an elusive, and too close, release date

God of War 2 showed up during the PS5 showcase, now a release date is perhaps too close to be true. Showing up for a few moments during the PS5 presentation only via teaser trailer, ...

Sony Showcase - God of War Ragnarok is reality

Kratos is ready to return. Here is the short teaser trailer for God of War Ragnarok announced at the Sony Showcase. The Sony direct dedicated to PS5 ended with a bang. In fact, at the end of the presentation ...

Microsoft Flight Simulator, published the update dedicated to the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg ...

Microsoft Flight Simulator has been enhanced with another World Update dedicated to the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France. World Update 4 is downloadable ...

Blizzard Arcade Collection, added two more games to the collection

In February the Blizzard Arcade Collection was released containing the classic games of the software house such as The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing ...

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