On the occasion of Memorial Day in America, Activision announced a new free season for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
Play multiplayer and Outbreak modes, in all formats, from May 27 until June 1. You will also be able to try the new update in Zombies mode.
There will be a Black Ops Cold War Free Access Weekend from May 27 to June 1. pic.twitter.com/Ree9f5DmRE— Call of Duty News (@charlieINTEL) May 24, 2021
Valheim had surpassed 4 million copies in the first three weeks of its availability in 2021. In fact, in March it made more than 5 million sales worldwide, setting a big record for the publishing company, Embracer Group.
Now, according to a new report and specifically in the financial report of the last months (January-March), it announced that Valheim has sold so far, more than 6.8 million copies. And is expected to sell another 1 to 1.2 million until June.
Except Valheim, the Embracer Group has other big titles, such as SnowRunner, which has also been very successful and now...
Paradox Interactive has announced the Steam Paradox Interactive Sale, as well as three free games to play over the weekend. In particular, the sale on Steam will last until May 24 and the free games will include Cities: Skylines, Stellaris and Surviving Mars.
You will be able to play these three games for free until the end of the sale, that is until 24 May.
Epic Games offers a huge AAA title for free.
Until May 27, you will have the opportunity to get NBA 2K21, which was released for the first time in 2020, completely free.
For more free games stay tuned!
Take-Two Interactive, in a meeting with investors, announced that since February, sales of the Grand Theft Auto V have reached a total of 145 million.
The total sales of the series are now 345 million.
This number is expected to increase soon even more while GTA V and GTA Online will be released on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S on 11 November 2021.
However, 2020 was the best year of the game, since despite its released in 2013, it managed to sell more copies than any other year. Users also spent 28% more money...