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The new, free "Call of Duty" smartphone game has a built-in 100-player Battle Royale mode.

A free ‘Call of Duty’ game is headed to smartphones, and it has a massive Battle Royale mode — here’s what we know so far

Forget about "Fortnite" and "PUBG Mobile" — a new, free Battle Royale shooter is headed to smartphones this summer.

A new, free ‘Minecraft’ game was just revealed, and it takes major cues from the wildly popular ‘Pokémon Go’ phenomenon

Like "Pokémon Go" before it, "Minecraft Earth" is a free-to-play, smartphone-only game that's intended to get players exploring the world around them.

A major leak just revealed what 50 million ‘Apex Legends’ players have been waiting to see

With over 50 million players already, "Apex Legends" is a bonafide blockbuster hit. A new leak just revealed what's coming next.
What's with those dinosaurs?

EA has a ‘Fortnite’ on its hands with its new game, ‘Apex Legends.’ So what does that mean for ‘Anthem’?

With EA on the verge of launching a huge new blockbuster in "Anthem," the game is being overshadowed by another EA blockbuster: "Apex Legends."

The best new game of 2019 is a free-to-play Battle Royale shooter that came out of nowhere

"Apex Legends" came from nowhere to become the first breakout hit of 2019, even giving "Fortnite" a run for the money.
The loot boxes in "Apex Legends" are called "Apex Packs." Make no mistake: This is definitely a loot box.

EA just released a new game without any warning, and there’s a simple reason why: loot boxes

EA's brand-new, free-to-play game "Apex Legends" arrived on Monday without warning, and its creators say the reason has to do with loot box backlash.

Nintendo is making a second smartphone game starring Super Mario, and it’s set to arrive in ‘early summer’

"Dr. Mario World" is a free-to-play puzzle game from Nintendo that will launch on both Apple and Android devices later this year.

It sounds like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players won’t be playing together anytime soon

Sony refuses to let PlayStation 4 players connect with friends on competing game platforms, like the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. "Fortnite" is the latest example, and it's making players furious — with good reason.