Fortnite special edition Nintendo Switch announced for Europe

Nintendo is releasing a new Fortnite-themed special edition Switch next month, via NintendoLife. The bundle includes yellow and blue Joy-Cons — the latter with the Battle Bus etched around the home button — and a dock that features various well-known Fortnite skins. The Switch tablet itself also has characters on the back. Fortnite is preinstalled on Continue Reading

Logitech’s new colorful G733 wireless gaming headset can make your desk less dowdy

In September, Logitech will ship a colorful collection of gaming accessories, consisting of a few foregoing products with some fresh tints, and one brand-new product: the $129 G733 Light speed gaming headset. With the exception of the $229 G915 TKL wireless mechanical keyboard, which is now offered in white instead Continue Reading

Fortnite: Epic files new injunction against Apple

Fortnite-maker Epic Games has filed a fresh ban against Apple in its continuing dispute with the technology giant over its App Store policy. Apple removed Fortnite from the store after the game offered a discount on its virtual currency for purchases made outside of the app, from which Apple receives Continue Reading

Apple and Google pull Fortnite from app stores, Epic Game charges

Fortnite maker Epic is now suing both Apple and Google after the tech giants removed the game from their digital marketplaces. Fortnite developer Epic is suing Apple and Google after both pulled Epic’s hit game from their app stores over direct-payment disputes. As of right now, neither are allowing users to download and install Fortnite Continue Reading

Redmi G Gaming Notebook With 10th-Generation Intel Core CPUs, Nvidia GeForce GTX GPU Launched

Redmi G gaming notebook has been launched in China as the Xiaomi sub-brand’s first ever gaming laptop. It has a stylish design and boasts of impressive specifications, like up to 10th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, dedicated Nvidia graphics card, and high refresh rate screen. The Redmi G gaming notebook comes Continue Reading

PUBG Mobile now runs at 90fps in the US, but it’s exclusive to OnePlus for a month

If you wanted to play PUBG Mobile at a frame rate higher than 60fps, it was a bit tricky. You either needed to live in China or download the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile (well, it’s actually called Game for Peace), plus you needed a phone with a 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate. Now, Tencent Continue Reading

Gamers will be able to stream Microsoft’s xCloud for android Xbox Games Pass titles starting Sept. 15

Microsoft’s game streaming service, Project xCloud, will make its way to Android devices on September 15, the company announced through a post on its website. It is part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, the video game subscription service from Microsoft, and customers will be able to play more than 100 Continue Reading

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