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Microsoft confirms Halo Infinite multiplayer will be free-to-play – Big News Network

Microsoft has announced that video game – Halo Infinite multiplayer mode will be free-to-play and support up to 120fps frames per second

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Marvel’s Avengers PC requirements aren’t super taxing – but you’ll need an SSD – TechRadar

At least for the recommended spec (so now could be a good time to upgrade that hard drive)

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Marvels Avengers system requirements have been revealed, and PC gamers will be glad to hear that its not a demanding game in fact the minimum spec for the action adventure is very forgiving.
There is one interesting nuance here, though, and thats the recommended spec asking for an SSD (whereas the minimum requirements allow for a hard drive). Youll also need more space on that solid-state drive, to fit in the optional high-res texture pack which will give the visuals a suitable uplift (to “real…

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FIFA 21 Career Mode features confirmed including revamped growth system – Mirror Online

EA have announced some major improvements for one of the most popular game modes in the FIFA gaming franchise, Career Mode, which will be coming for FIFA 21 later this year

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With the release of FIFA 21 now under two months away, EA have already revealed detailed information about how gameplay, Ultimate Team, Pro Clubs and Volta Football are all going to see improvements in the latest release from their popular FIFA gaming franchise.
But on Thursday came the big news, with EA confirming improvements to Career Mode in FIFA 21.
Career Mode is a hugely popular game mode within the FIFA community and beyond, but there were a host of issues in the game mode on FIFA 20,…

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Fortnite: Bugha Warned For Cheating In FNCS – EssentiallySports

The Fortnite World Champion Bugha being accused of teaming up in FNCS, left us wondering what’s next for competitive side of the game!

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Fortnite battle royale competitive side took a major hit in the past few weeks. There are several variables to consider here. Starting off with cheating in the tournaments, this has spurred a debate that split the community apart. Soon after, it followed through with accusations about the World Champion Bugha. The matter blew out of proportion and Bugha landed himself in a bad spot with Epic Games.
LOL??? pic.twitter.com/7UIf3oPntX
— Bugha (@bugha) August 12, 2020
Here is what happened – Bugh…

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