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Ubisoft’s free-to-play ‘Roller Champions’ heads to PC and consoles on May 25th

After it first unveiled the game at E3 2019, Ubisoft will finally release Roller Champions on May 25th, the publisher . The free-to-play title will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One – as well as Xbox Series X/S and PS5 through backward compatibility – to start, with availability on Nintendo Switch, Stadia…

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Free-to-Play PUBG's

PUBG’s shift to free-play has brought it back to the top in Battle Royale charts

Recap: Earlier this year PUBG parent Krafton Studios held true to their word and brought the popular battle royale game completely into the free-to-play (F2P) arena. Prior to this transition, the game required to be purchased by PC and console-based players. The move brought PC and console versions in line with PUBG Mobile, and followed…

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FRVR acquires free-to-play shooter Krunker

Team behind the game, including its creator Sidney de Vries, to join FRVR…

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What does F2P mean? F2P: How it Works

Shift Drive/Shutterstock.comIf you’re even remotely interested in gaming, you’ve come across the acronym F2P or the term “free-to-play.” What does this mean, though? Is it really free, or are there strings attached? Let’s take a look. What is F2P? Free-to-play has meant different things to different people at different times. The shareware of the ’90s…

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Free-to-Play Infinite’s

Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer goes live early on PC and Xbox

Microsoft It’s been twenty years to the day since Microsoft announced the Xbox, its first home gaming console. To celebrate, the company released a 30-minute presentation showing off the history of the platform, from the bulky original to the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and the new and still hard-to-find Xbox Series X and S. To…

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Free-to-Play Infinite’s

Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer mode is available now

Highly anticipated: Halo Infinite got off to a rocky start with its first gameplay reveal, but developer 343 Industries has turned things around now. Fans who’ve participated in its various closed beta events have praised the gameplay, art style, and weapon variety, among other things. Now, you don’t need to get lucky to join in…