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Battlefield 1 open beta coming this month

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While excitement for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has taken a hit this year, things seem to be at an all-time high for Battlefield 1 right now, which will see DICE turn back the clock to an alternate history version of World War I. If you have been waiting to give …

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The Overwatch closed beta ends next week

Blizzard is finally on the final steps on the road to the launch of Overwatch. The game was announced way back in 2014 and since then, quite a few people have had a chance to see the game for themselves thanks to the lengthy closed beta, which finally ends next …

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Star Wars Battlefront will have dedicated servers

A few weeks ago it was revealed that DICE’s take on Star Wars Battlefront wouldn’t come with its own server browser, favouring a matchmaking service instead. However, that doesn’t mean that the game won’t run on dedicated servers, which should be good news to many. Dedicated servers were confirmed by …

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GOG Galaxy launches in open beta

Last year, GOG announced that it would be launching its own client for DRM free games bought on its store. Now, after a lengthy closed beta period, GOG Galaxy is opening up to everyone, with an open beta paving the way for triple A releases on GOG. GOG is aiming …

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EA cancels Dawngate after six month open-beta

EA has canceled Dawngate, its upcoming free to play MOBA title, which was in development at Waystone Games. The title has been in development for some time and has been in open beta for the last six months, it also had a fairly large presence at industry events over the …

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Playstation Now entering open beta

Playstation Now will be entering open beta later today in the US but Sony wants to remind users that all current prices are not set in stone yet and could change upon receiving feedback. When the closed beta first launched, Sony faced a lot of criticism over its streaming service’s overly …

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