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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War beta gets a 24-hour extension – Eurogamer.net

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Thanks to the code-breaking efforts of the Call of Duty community, players enjoying the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War open beta will see their playtime extended by 24 hours.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War went into beta across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC this week, with crossplay enabled. After emails tempting players to solve a series of coded messages were sent out to over the weekend, the community banded together to tackle the puzzles. The reward was a one-day extension to the cross…

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Will PS5 Support 1440p Screens? Fans Are Eager for Answers – Push Square

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A post on monitor manufacturer BenQs website over the weekend fuelled hopes that the PlayStation 5 would be compatible with 1440p screens, but the page has since been edited leaving fans eager for answers. Sony has confirmed that the next-gen console will, of course, work on 1080p and 4K displays, but its been conspicuously quiet about 1440p options.
Those of you with a PS4 Pro will already know that the console does not support 1440p monitors, detecting them as 1080p and then upscaling from that….

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Ubisoft details next-gen enhancements coming to all its upcoming games – Eurogamer.net

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There’s a bunch of new consoles a-coming, dontcha know, and with only a few weeks left until next-gen is officially go, Ubisoft has taken the time to detail the various technological enhancements customers can take advantage of when playing some of its (mostly) upcoming games on either Xbox Series X/S or PlayStation 5.
In total, Ubisoft has outlined the next-gen improvements coming to eight of its games – Watch Dogs: Legion, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Immortals Fenyx Rising, Far Cry 6, Riders Republic,…

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Tap-to-pay issues with Google Pay appear to be affecting phones from Google, OnePlus, and others – Android Police

Paying via NFC with Google Pay is more convenient, safe, and hygienic than swiping a payment card through a seldomly cleaned payment terminal. These days,

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Paying via NFC with Google Pay is more convenient, safe, and hygienic than swiping a payment card through a seldomly cleaned payment terminal. These days, almost every flagship phone includes the NFC interface required for Google Pay to function. But that doesn’t guarantee that tap-to-pay will actually work. Recently, issues have popped up on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra and the Pixel 5 — but it looks like this problem might be much more far reaching.
While owners of newer phones like the Pixel 5 and…

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