Month: September 2018

FIFA 19 available for PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC

Electronic Arts launched EA SPORTS™ FIFA 19 across PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC. Fans can achieve glory with the UEFA Champions League across a variety of modes including the new Kick Off, which also features ‘House Rules’ and deeper stat tracking to heighten the competition among friends. In FIFA Ultimate Team™, brand new ICONS join …

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DRAGON BALL FighterZ available for Nintendo Switch

Leading video game publisher and developer BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. announced that fighting games on the Nintendo Switch™ are about to go Super Saiyan, as DRAGON BALL FighterZ® officially arrives on the console in the Americas. Players can now experience all the action, drama, and over-the-top battles of the critically-acclaimed 2.5D arcade fighter while …

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DRAGON BALL FighterZ, Android 17 joins the gang

Android 17 has long been supporting Android 18 in DRAGON BALL FighterZ, but today, everything changes. We’re excited to announce that Android 17 will be officially joining the DRAGON BALL FighterZ character roster, ready to be selected to deal pain on the other characters in the DRAGON BALL FighterZ universe. During his initial introduction into the DRAGON BALL universe, Android 17 was known to be a reckless anarchist, a trouble maker, and a …

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Rocket League, Hot Wheels Triple Threat DLC

Psyonix, independent video game developer and publisher, and Hot Wheels®, the number-one selling toy in the world*, announced that the Hot Wheels® Triple Threat DLC Pack will be available for purchase in the Rocket League game on all platforms on September 24. It will be priced at $5.99 (or regional equivalent) and feature three Hot …

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World of Tanks: Mercenaries, series of new & special events for PS4/Xbox

The Overwatch LeagueTM is expanding again. Last month, franchises representing Atlanta and Guangzhou joined the Overwatch League, and now six more new teams—Chengdu, Hangzhou, Paris, Toronto, Vancouver, and Washington, D.C.—will compete for the 2019 Overwatch League championship. With a roster of 20 total teams—nine of them outside of the United States—the Overwatch League has further …

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