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TESO: DLC Scalebreaker has a release date for PC and consoles!

You have surely noticed it: Recently, the QuakeCon 2019 by Bethesda took place and of course, the online role-playing game The Elder Scrolls Online was also a topic. The responsible parties at Zenimax finally revealed the release date for the...

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Logitech wins nine Red Dot 2020 Product Design Awards

  Logitech - a leading manufacturer of computer peripherals - has announced that nine of its products have received Red Dot 2017 Product Design Awards, equaling its score from last year. This is the fifth consecutive year that the Swiss...

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Holy Vampire Hunter - Marvel Studios Announces Blade Movie for the MCU

You may have seen it already, the long list of superhero movies planned for the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). On it, of course, are some flicks that were already in the running: Black Widow, for instance, Doctor Strange 2...

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WoW: Shadowlands the fastest selling PC game of all time

Blizzard has boasted that World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has officially become the fastest-selling PC game of all time. The add-on has thus beaten the unbeaten previous record holder for eight years, which was Diablo III. Champagne has been...

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WoW creator leaves Blizzard after 13 years

Chris Kaleiki - one of the creators of World of Warcraft - left the studio after 13 years of work. The developer admitted that he is dissatisfied with the direction of development of the said game. The developer worked at the company for 13...

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WoW Classic - the perpetrator of the recent DDoS attacks has been arrested

Blizzard has announced the arrest of a person suspected of DDoS attacks on the company's servers. The problems affected both World of Warcraft Classic and Overwatch players. The release of World of Warcraft Classic at the end of August...

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WoW and Call of Duty: Cold War dominated November

The analytical company SuperData has released a report on digital sales in November this year. The most profitable games of the month were World of Warcraft: Shadowlands and Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War. Activision can open the champagne...

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WoW - Blizzard will reduce the number of servers

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that it plans to shut down some World of Warcraft servers. Populations of sparsely populated worlds will be combined to have adequate levels before the Shadowlands expansion pack is released. WoW player...

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