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The Witcher: Monster Slayer opens up early registration for Android players

The Witcher: Monster Slayer is a game similar to Pokémon Go, except instead of dealing with friendly pocket monsters, players face off against a much deadlier and murderous monster variety. Android players can pre-register for the game’s soft launch now on the official Witcher website, which can grant them early access to Monster Slayer. At the end of April, […]

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Apex Legends is coming to mobile

Just a month after its release on Nintendo Switch, Respawn Entertainment has announced that Apex Legends is heading to an even smaller platform: mobile. In a blog post on Monday, the developer announced Apex Legends Mobile, a new version of the game specifically designed for mobile platforms. Like the console and PC version of the game, Apex Legends Mobile is […]

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Rocket League is coming to phones

Rocket League is coming to mobile devices. Rocket League Sideswipe is a new version of the multiplayer game that’s heading to iOS and Android devices, developer Psyonix announced on Wednesday. Sideswipe will feature all of Rocket League’s familiar car-soccer action, only a little smaller. The game will feature 1v1 or 2v2 matches that will only last around two minutes each. […]

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Xbox Game Pass dishes NBA 2K21 to subscribers this week

NBA 2K21 joins the Xbox Game Pass lineup on March 4, making a rare, in-season appearance of a current sports video game in one of the consoles’ streaming services or free games on offer. Usually, the best that players can get for “free” while a sports league is in session is the previous year’s game; publishers have typically waited until […]

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Riot unveils the Legends of Runeterra road map for 2021

Now that it’s 2021, Riot Games has released a roadmap of the content coming to card game Legends of Runeterra throughout the year. The first major update will be in February, when Lunari assassin comes to the game. The roadmap currently runs through July, and shows a lot of Shurima related content showing up throughout the spring and summer. In […]

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5G will help sports venues put the fan in focus

Presented by Ericsson Sports fans are demanding more out of live game experiences. With increasingly robust options for viewing at home and on the go, venue operators need to offer more if they want to compete once the COVID-19 pandemic is under control. As fans slowly return to live sporting events, it will be more important than ever for stadium […]

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