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Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the release of the "immersive mode" postponed

Ubisoft has decided to postpone the release of the previously announced immersive mode for Ghost Recon Breakpoint. I am also postponing the release of the new class, the Engineer: both changes were scheduled for this month, but the release is ...

The Division 2: an animated short for Warlords of New York

On March 3, The Division 2 will expand with the arrival of the "Warlords of New York" DLC and, to celebrate the event, Ubisoft has released a short animated short that introduces players to new enemies ...

Rainbow Six: Siege records the highest peak of players on Steam

Rainbow Six: Siege is more popular today than ever and has hit its highest peak ever on Steam since its release. Siege hit 180.463 ...
Assassin's Creed Syndicate

Free is Beautiful - Assassin's Creed Syndicate

The distribution policy of free games on Epic Games Store is paying off. After a really busy week, it's time for Assassin's Creed Syndicate this time. We broke up seven days ago with ...
Ubisoft

Ubisoft is working on a triple A VR game

The Ubisoft studio in Dusseldorf in Germany is hiring several personalities, including also character artist and level designer, for a triple A VR game whose title is still unknown. What you ...
Rainbow Six

The new Rainbow Six operators will be Iana and Oryx

Ubisoft Montreal has confirmed that today, February 17, 2020, the new operators of Rainbow Six Siege will be made available on the test servers. Following last week's taser, the developers released the trailer ...
Ubisoft Nintendo Switch

Ubisoft discounts many games on the Nintendo Switch eShop

Buying games on Nintendo consoles is never a trivial matter. The titles dedicated to the consoles of the Kyoto company devalue very rarely, which is why the opportunities are almost always exploited. Ubisoft ...

The Division 2 can be purchased on the Epic Games Store at a paltry price

Ubisoft continues with its relaunch plan for The Division 2. Massive's looter shooter in fact, after presenting its new DLC Warlords of New York (which will see the light on 3 ...

Pokémon of the Year, the ranking sees some confirmations and surprising new entries

Voting has ended and the Pokémon of the year has been chosen. What will it be? In the ranking some confirmation and some curious news!

Animal Crossing: New Horizon, new details from the PAX East 2020

We are now in full fever from Animal Crossing. From the PAX East 2020 come new details about the game, such as personalization of the NookPhone and new animals ...

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