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Battlefield 2042 Early Access: How to play NOW ahead of this week’s release

BATTLEFIELD 2042 launches this week, but you can get in on the action right now. There are a few different ways to get early access to the upcoming Battlefield title so you can choose the option that best suits you. 1 Battlefield 2042 Early Access is live now Battlefield 2042 Early Access — pre-orders The easiest and cheapest way to…

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Roblox down latest – Millions say gaming platform not working as engineers work on ‘bringing regions back online’

More than just a game It is clear that Roblox is more than just a game for the majority of players after seeing fans reactions on Twitter. Roblox is more of an “experience’” and while you can play games within it, the content is created by the users themselves. Described as “the Imagination Platform” by the creators, Roblox essentially offers…

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Fortnite servers are down ahead of v18.21 Halloween update – here’s what’s in store

FORTNITE servers are down for scheduled maintenance right now, but there’s a ton of stuff to look forward to. The game’s servers usually go offline for a few hours every two weeks as Epic rolls out updates and performs maintenance. 4 Fortnite new Halloween-themed lobbyCredit: Hypex/ Twitter 4 Fortnite Halloween bus is coming backCredit: Hypex/ Twitter 4 Fortnitemares new Halloween-themed…

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Massive Online Gaming Platform Roblox Is Rife With Scams And Abuse

Every day some 40 million players, mostly children, log on to the most popular game in North America and Europe, and perhaps the world. Unless you are 15 years old or a parent of someone who is, however, you may never have heard of Roblox before. Yet even parents are unlikely to realize how crooked the Roblox Corporation is as…

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Video Game Creator Slams Cancel Mob: ‘I’m A Republican, Christian, And Pro-life. If I Get Cancelled, Then I Get Cancelled’

Scott Cawthon, creator of the popular horror video game, “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” refused to bend the knee to the cancel mob Monday after he was attacked for donating to Democrat Representative Tulsi Gabbard and prominent Republicans, including former President Donald Trump. Video game news site GameRant reported Sunday that fans of the game franchise “are concerned and hurt to…

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