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Apex Legends has loot boxes, and it’s here instead of Titanfall 3
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Apex Legends has loot boxes, and it’s here instead of Titanfall 3

Respawn Entertainment is not making Titanfall 3. Instead it launched Apex Legends today, a free-to-play battle royale set in the Titanfall universe, and one supported by the sale of cosmetic loot boxes. That’s a perfect storm of things the gaming community at large will be upset about, and it certainly doesn’t help that it’s coming in under the EA banner. Respawn isn’t blind to that response, and that’s why the Apex Legends release date came so suddenly. read more

The Walking Dead: The Final Season Physical Release Coming In March
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The Walking Dead: The Final Season Physical Release Coming In March

The Walking Dead: The Final Season had a rocky start when it first released into the market. Players were dealing with Telltale Games sudden closure which left the game with only two episodes available. As gamers all around the world started to wonder if The Walking Dead would be one of the IPs to never get closure from the studio, it was quickly alerted to fans that the remaining episodes would eventually make its way out. Now that we’re gearing up for the last remaining episode, we’re finding out that The Walking Dead: The Final Season will make its way out into the market physically this March. read more

Titanfall battle royale Apex Legends is free and out right now
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Titanfall battle royale Apex Legends is free and out right now

Apex Legends is a new, free-to-play battle royale from Respawn set in the Titanfall universe, and it’s out right now. Rumours and leaks stemming from a recent influencer event revealed some of the major details ahead of launch – there are no Titans, and you’ll instead have hero characters with unique abilities – but ahead of today’s official reveal stream, the game is already available. read more

A quantum computer made from a single carbon molecule would destroy your PC
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A quantum computer made from a single carbon molecule would destroy your PC

Eureka! Scientists have measured quantum energy levels within a buckyball – a spherical geomag only 60 carbon atoms big – another step towards supercharged quantum computers. Those 60 atoms are actually rather large on the molecular scale, and researchers are hoping this experimentation will one day open the door to building quantum PCs with a buckyball’s atomic building blocks acting as individual qubits. read more