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Call of Duty community has received a crate with a note that reads: "Do not open this crate until August 10 at 12 pm EDT."
OnePlus introduced a 90Hz refresh rate display on the OnePlus 7 Pro back in 2019. From then on, the company has launched a numerous number of smartphones with at least 90Hz refresh rate screen, including the OnePlus 8 series of smartphones.
The new PUBG map will see some changes in building structures and new elements like wooden barricades and abandoned tanks.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile is able to run at 90 frames-per-second exclusively on OnePlus devices starting today.If you're an avid fan of PUBG on mobile and happen to have a OnePlus 8, 7T or 7 Pro smartphone, then you can start playing the game in an impressive 90fps right now, for a limited time.
Epic Games, creator and publisher of the massively popular "Fortnite" game, announced a $1.78 billion round of funding -- which the company says gives it a post-money equity valuation of $17.3 billion. The round includes the previously announced $250 million strategic investment from Sony Corp., under which Sony obtained a 1.4% stake in Epic. Following […]
Today, the company announced that some of its smartphones -- the OnePlus 8 and 7T series, as well as the OnePlus 7 Pro, to be precise -- can now play PUBG Mobile at a silky smooth 90 frames per second. According to OnePlus, no other handset will have this feature until its timed-exclusivity deal ends on September 6th. OnePlus struck a similar deal with Epic Games so its 8 series of phones could run Fortnite at 90 frames per second.
The trailer promises that players will be experiencing the “most intelligent FIFA gameplay to date” with the upcoming edition.
China gave tech giant Tencent Holdings the green light on Thursday to publish Nintendo Switch Ring Fit Adventure and shooter game Call of Duty Mobile, strengthening the country's biggest social media and video games company. The approval published by China's National Press and Publication Administration on its website comes as game developers reap higher revenue while the novel coronavirus puts a dent in other entertainment options. Game publishers in China need to have a license from content regulators so they can make money from the sale of virtual products in games such as weapons or avatars.