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What is Google's streaming service Stadia capable of?

The gaming console in your living room, the expensive gaming PC underneath your desk or your Nintendo Switch for when you're on the go, you won't need them anymore. At least according to Google, which plans on launching its own game streaming service coming November.

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What is Google's streaming service Stadia capable of?

Netflix announces Witcher TV series.

Fans of the Witcher franchise will be thrilled to learn that the video game franchise is getting its TV series on Netflix. The star of the TV series will be Henry Cavill (Superman) who plays Geralt of Rivia. As expected, Ciri, Triss and Yennefer will be in the TV series with the actresses playing their roles already announced. Ciri will be played by Freya Allan, Yennefer by Anya Chalotra and Triss by Anna Shaffer. Other confirmed characters are Roach, Dandelion, Jakier, Cahir, Regis, Milva,

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Netflix announces Witcher TV series.

FIFA 19 removes Ronaldo from cover

Christiano Ronaldo will soon no longer be the cover of FIFA 19. The footballer, which is suspected of rape will be removed from all promotional material relating to the game. The new players for the cover have already been determined, but even this picture is not completely uncontroversial.

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FIFA 19 removes Ronaldo from cover
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Battlefield 5 Microtransactions available in January?

DICE and EA are expected to launch the microtransactions in Battlefield V in January, according to recent advertisements on Amazon. It states that the Battlefield V currency can be purchased and redeemed in various volumes starting January 18th, even though an official confirmation is still pending. Before that, however, it was emphasized that the fiasco like in Star Wars: Battlefront II should be avoided this time. Therefore the premium currency can only be used for cosmetic things like skins

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Battlefield 5 Microtransactions available in January?

Fortnite developers want to compete with Steam

While Epic Games have celebrated an unexpectedly huge success with Fortnite and have gained access to completely new financial opportunities, the company now wants to directly compete with Steam by providing their own distribution platform. The Epic Games Store is advertised with better conditions for developers and participation for Streamers, games for Windows PCs and MacOs, in addition to games for Android and other open operating systems in

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Fortnite developers want to compete with Steam