Are we excited that Massive is making a Star Wars game?Tim Clark, Brand Director: I love this. It's one of those announcements that just seems such a good fit that your brain immediately spins up with ideas. I played a lot of The Division, and only less of its sequel because by that point my Destiny 2 addiction had spiraled so irrevocably out of control. But if we're to assume that this new Star Wars game will be some sort of shared-world looter shooter, then the license feels like an incredibly good fit. What I think the continued love for KOTOR tells us is that Star Wars fans want to live in this universe, not just blow through a quick campaign like Fallen Order, and although live service loot games have a bit of a bad rap right now—largely I think because they're so hard to get right—Massive is one of very few studios with the experience to pull it off. … [Read more...] about What do we want from Ubisoft’s open world Star Wars game?
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Delhi government believes that by improving the transport system as well as reducing traffic jams, harmful particles such as PM10 and PM2.5 which cause air pollution could be reduced by up to 5 million tonnes.Delhi's public transport system and electric vehicle policy could prove to be a significant step in this direction. The Electric Vehicle policy focuses on making electric vehicles to 25 per cent by 2024 whereas till now this number is just 0.2 per cent. The clarity about the necessary measures to be taken for the transformation of electric vehicles has enabled the Delhi government to take concrete decisions.Delhi's Electric Vehicle Policy would reduce carbon emissions by 4.8 million tonnes by 2024, said Jasmin Shah, Vice-Chairman of the Delhi Dialogue and Development Commission.At the same time, to make the public transport system more effective, the Delhi government is adding 1,000 low floor AC buses to the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus fleet. The new fleet of buses would … [Read more...] about Delhi govt aims to reduce 5MT carbon emissions
Falk Weiss, a photographer, has been living in Berlin for over 40 years. He enjoys the influx of people from surrounding countries moving to Berlin, but says he is worried about the rising rental prices. “People moving here from other large cities rent flats in ‘hip’ areas for prices that seem very cheap to them – but for us locals, it’s expensive. We just think: ‘You poor sods, it must be so expensive where you’re from if you think these prices are cheap.’” … [Read more...] about The housing trap: how can Berlin avoid following in London’s pricey footsteps?
SEA of Solutions is an annual event covering the debate on plastic pollution, convened by the United Nations Environment Programme and the Coordinating Body on the Seas of East Asia, through the SEA Circular project supported by the Swedish government. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused new and extraordinary challenges, threatening public health, the economy, and the environment. Efforts to preserve life and prevent contagion, such as wearing masks and maintaining physical distancing remain important measures. However, repercussions are all being felt in the increased use of hand sanitisers and protective equipment; a resurgence in the use of plastics including single-use bags; extensive use of food delivery services and e-commerce; and delays or reversals in plastic bag bans. … [Read more...] about Drastic measures urged to curb rise in plastic usage
The four-page document encourages recruiters to avoid being overtly racist or antisemitic initially when approaching Trump supporters, stating: “Trying to show them racial IQ stats and facts on Jewish power will generally leave them unreceptive... that material will be instrumental later on in their ideological journey. … [Read more...] about How Trump supporters are radicalised by the far right