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The first set of Valorant Ultra skins will cost $ 100

Valorant has announced the release of its first set of skins, Elderflame. Buying it will allow you to transform your weapons, both at range and close, into dragons. The skin market also begins on Riot's shooter ...
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PUBG, free skins to celebrate the anniversary

On the occasion of the third anniversary of the launch of the PC version of PUBG, the developers have decided to give all users (including consoles) some special content. The players who will access the title between ...
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PUBG, Leo skin removed for a ... penis

PUBG has just released the 4.3 update which, in addition to adding the new survival system and some changes to the shotguns, introduces a new skin pack dedicated to Halloween. One in particular, ...
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Mortal Kombat 11 - unveiled the new Sub-Zero skin

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios showed a custom skin for Sub-Zero on Mortal Kombat11 inspired by the international actor and DJ Dimitri Vegas. With the appearance of Vegas and its incorporated voice, ...

Twitch, Amazon and stuff for free

I apologize for the lack of irreverence in my articles in recent months, personal problems. So let's move on to the fundamental reason that led you to read what I'm about to write, that is LA ROBBA AGGRATISE. Yes, the ...

Halo Infinite, some campaign spoilers end up in the Technical Beta

Some spoilers about the Halo Infinite campaign have unintentionally leaked from the current technical Beta of the game. 343 Industries confirmed this ...

Steam Deck, the experience with Steam Machine according to Valve is important

Valve's Steam Deck operation perhaps did not appear exactly as unprecedented in the eyes of many users. Several years ago, in fact, the ...

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