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League of Legends Wild Rift executes Open beta

League of Legends Wild Rift is undergoing Open beta, where gamers who have pre-registered on Android can download the game now.
League of Legends Wild Rift was announced for the first time on mobile in October 2019. Alpha testing on Android started June 6, 2020, and the first Regional Closed Beta opened in September 2020.

Currently, Riot Games has announced the Open beta of Southeast Asia for players in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, and added players from Korea and Japan. Accordingly, League of Legends Wild Rift will open to gamers on both Android and iOS platforms starting October 27, expanding gamers from countries such as Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and East Timor. Also in the latest announcement, expected in December 2020, gamers from Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Oceania, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey and Vietnam will experience League of Legends Wild Rift. .
Also included with Closed beta is the 1.0 update that will bring General Lee Sin – one of the League’s most popular champions for nearly 10 years. Other versions of Lee Sin, Knockout Lee Sin and Muay Thai Lee Sin, will give gamers plenty of flexibility that promises many compelling strategies in the woods.
Riot Games is also preparing to test 6 more generals, whereby gamers will be able to use Akali, Darius, Draven, Evelynn, Kai Dua, Seraphine, and Starry for free from October 22 to October 27.
League of Legends Wild Rift’s Open Beta trial will officially start on October 27, 2020.

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Some blockbuster games being released in November 2020 (Part 1)

By the end of 2020, many big games are expected to be released, below is a list of some blockbuster games being released in November 2020.
By the end of 2020, many big games are expected to be released, below is a list of the “big” games released in November 2020.

Dirt 5 | November 6

Dirt 5 is the boldest off-road racing game ever produced by Codemasters. In the racing game is very diverse including over 70 unique routes in 10 different locations around the world with beautiful views. From glacial racing in New York, streets under Christ the Redeemer in Brazil, to auroras in Norway. In the game there are many types of cars from typical racing cars to 900 horsepower sprint cars
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla | November 10
Inspired by The Witcher 3, and a successor to 2018’s Assassin’s Creed Odyssey game with Ubisoft’s open-world game-style storyline missions and of course indispensable things like buildings to characters climb. (Don’t know if the Vikings are famous for their climbing skills?)
Set in AD 873, the game tells the mythical history of the Viking invasion of England. The player takes control of the character Eivor, a Viking robber who was drawn into the conflict between the Brotherhood of Assassins and the Templar Order.
Prodeus | November 10
As a first-person shooter game, Prodeus is reminiscent of Doom games with shiny surfaces, dynamic lighting and particle effects for a classic yet modern look. This game was raised from the community by a successful Kickstarter campaign in April 2019.

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Halo 3: ODST release date announced

Halo 3: ODST is a good and safe option.
Halo 3: ODST recently announced that it will be available on the PC platform soon as part of Halo: Master Chief Collection.
Halo Infinite news has been sparse since its gameplay was revealed, but the heat of the game has never cooled down. This is not uncommon, as Halo has been making huge sales on Xbox since the original Xbox version. The original Halo trio and later versions are still considered to be the best first-person shooters ever made. So, gamers will be pleased to see one more game being added to Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection includes some of the best Halo titles in the series. The game came out on Xbox One in 2015 and was PC … in parts. The games have been slowly added to the collection and this is still ongoing (final total will be 6 games). Halo 3: ODST’s beta testing has begun on PC and Xbox One recently, so it’s clear that it will be released on those systems soon.
For those who aren’t sure if Halo Infinite’s delay leads to improvements, the answer is Halo 3: ODST is a good and safe option. This game was originally envisioned as a timeless release between Halo 3 and Halo: Reach as its range expanded. While gamers at the time questioned whether the new story and mode (Firefight) were worth $ 60, this no longer matters. The Master Chief Collection is currently available on Steam for $ 40 and ODST would be the perfect addition to an already great collection.

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4 blockbuster games on PC and Console will be released in August (to be continued)

July has gone, gamers will welcome August with a lot of new blockbusters.
Horizon Zero Dawn (PC) – August 7
After weeks of rumors, Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition has finally appeared on Steam. Featuring a quite affordable price, only 15 USD, you can pre-order the product and download it on 7/8/2020.
It is known that Horizon Zero Dawn has been released in February 2017 on PlayStation 4 as the exclusive version. The game quickly drew the attention of many PS4 gamers as well as a lot of positive reviews from game news sites. Taking the concept of the post-apocalyptic world where tribes hunt for “mechanical” products in a world of greenery, and gamers will roleplay Aloy, a girl with the ability to use a sharp bow.
With an extremely beautiful and spectacular graphics platform, plus a dizzying arsenal of weapons, an unlimited variety of missions, and epic battles Horizon Zero Dawn will keep you in its own world for a long time. In addition, the game also has a challenging mode with gamers who love challenges.
Total War Saga: Troy (PC) – August 13
After the great success of Total War: Three Kingdoms, the duo Creative Assembly and Sega continue to give fans a brand new version, full of epic colors. Called Total War Saga: Troy, this version will bring players to the land of myths – Greece.

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Dota 2 WESG APAC Final Was Postponed Due To 2019-nCoV

WESG organizers have announced that they must postpone the Asia-Pacific Regional Finals before the strong outbreak of coronavirus from Wuhan.

The finals of the highly anticipated Dota2 WESG APAC tournament in Macau on February 16-18 have been postponed due to the strong outbreak of dangerous Wuhan virus strain. This is the second time this event has been delayed.

Previously, WESG APAC was scheduled to take place from January 3 to 5 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but had to change locations due to problems with the hosting.

According to the announcement from WESG, the final round was postponed due to a request from the Chinese Ministry of Health to restrict entry and exit in the country during the virus outbreak. As of January 23, the Wuhan virus has killed 17 people and infected more than 500 cases across China. By February this year, the death toll had reached more than 800.

The Chinese government has suspended public transport in 10 cities. The country also closed the Forbidden City during the Lunar New Year 2020 and hurriedly built a hospital in Wuhan City to treat people infected with acute pneumonia. And to ensure safety, China’s General Administration of Sports also proposed suspending all national sports activities from now until April, including Esports tournaments to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.

New plan for the tournament have not been announced yet by WESG. However, it is likely that teams will have to wait until the epidemic shows signs of cooling down to ensure a safe and successful tournament.

WESG APAC is a world-class Dota2 tournament that brings together the top 16 teams from many countries. This delay also more or less makes sense for the gamers and fans. This is a tournament that brings together the best teams in the Asia – Pacific region. Therefore, of course it will not be too difficult to understand when 496 gaming will face the top stars in the world from China, Lebanon, Jordan, etc. The names featured in the list of players attending the WESG APAC Finals include Gh, Funn1k, Sccc, SoNNEikO, and Attacker.