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We don't have an official date yet, but we do have the details about Dark Depths Event that have been discovered for you put together!

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Our Battlefield 2042 Specialist Guide will give you some tips & tricks and explain how Specialists are different from Classes in older Battlefield games.

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In this Battlefield 2042 Hazard Zone Guide, we'll tell you what you need to know about this new game mode and the best way to earn Dark Market Credits.

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Alright, rookie, if you had the chance to read and follow my Beginner's Guide to Star Wars: Squadrons

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In Star Wars: Squadrons, the faction you fly for isn't just a cosmetic change.

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Star Wars: Squadrons has been out for a while now across several major consoles and PC, and so far it's been getting really positive reception.

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You're excited to play the recently released Star Wars: Squadrons, and you want to get the most out of your game.

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Some six months ago, DICE unveiled their version of a modern WWII game.

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Apex Legends is here, and it’s a little unlike other battle royale games. Respawn’s latest features revives, classes, and three person squads.

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Following the recent release of Electronic Arts' financials, sources close to the company have spoken up about BioWare's future following the lukewarm reception to the highly-anticipated Mass E

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In Mass Effect: Andromeda's multiplayer mode, you and three other people have to try to survive against several waves of enemies.

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Approximately half a decade after Commander Shepard embarked on their final journey in

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In 2006, baseball pitcher Curt Schilling announced he would continue working in a new field: video games.