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Updates for ‘Splinterlands,’ ‘SIPHER,’ and Other Play-to-Earn Games in December 2021 Thanks to all of the new games that were published this year, as well as titles that were regularly updated for all of their devoted players, play-to-earn games had a fantastic year. While the year 2021 is drawing to an end, there are still some interesting improvements and news to look forward to in the future year. These are some of the new and updated play-to-earn games for December 2021: The NFT game for “SIPHER” will not be released until next year, but the project’s producers have kept players…

Respawn has pulled the plug on the original ‘Titanfall.’ The developer of the original “Titanfall” game, Respawn Entertainment, has announced on social media that the game has been retired. The game’s new sales have already been halted. On March 1, 2022, it will be deleted from subscription services. The servers, however, remain operational for those who have already purchased the game. Players can still play “Titanfall 2,” the game’s sequel, as well as “Apex Legends,” which is significantly inspired by the game. In 2014, “Titanfall” was released for the first time. Over the years, the multiplayer first-person shooter game has…

The Physical Version of ‘Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition’ Has Been Postponed. The physical version of “Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition” has been postponed. The physical version of the game for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X will now be released on December 17 as a result of the revisions. The release date for the Nintendo Switch version has been pushed back to early 2022. The delay in the physical distribution of the game is the latest snafu since the trilogy’s troubled digital debut on Nov. 11. After complaining about…

The trailer for ‘Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’ reveals that it will be just as bloody as James Gunn’s version. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is one of the most eagerly awaited DC video games in the near future, and after DC FanDome, fans are even more excited. During the virtual event, the game’s video appeared, promising to be just as gory as James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. The next installment of the ‘Batman: Arkham’ series is ‘Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.’ The Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is part of Rocksteady Studios’ and Warner Bros.…