The Daily Populous

Wednesday November 9th, 2022 morning edition

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Sony and NCSoft have reportedly struck a deal to create a Horizon MMORPG.

NCSoft is currently recruiting developers to work on the title, which is said to be listed as ‘Project H’ in job ads.

A statement from NCsoft’s global communication office reportedly read (via Google Translate): “It is difficult to confirm information about unpublished projects that are currently under development.”.

Guerrilla Games, the Sony-owned studio behind 2017’s Horizon Zero Dawn and this year’s sequel Horizon Forbidden West, has long planned to expand Horizon into multiplayer, VGC understands.

Last year Guerrilla was staffing up for an online game, although it’s unclear if the title in question was a Horizon one.

Horizon Call of the Mountain will be a PlayStation VR2 launch title in February 2023, and a Horizon Zero Dawn remaster for PS5 is reportedly in development too.

Sony is also working with Netflix on a TV adaptation of Horizon. »

Florida traveler stuffed gun into a raw chicken and tried to bring it on the plane, TSA says

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The weapon was flagged by TSA at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, where officers found it wrapped in what looked like thin paper packaging and hidden inside a raw chicken.

Its caption leaned heavily into Thanksgiving-themed puns, starting with, "There's a personal fowl here...".

"The plot chickens as we barrel our way closer to Thanksgiving," a TSA spokesperson wrote. »

Oreo maker Mondelez pulls ads off Twitter, citing hate speech -CEO

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"What we’ve seen recently since the change on Twitter has been announced, is the amount of hate speech increase significantly," Van de Put said.

"We felt there is a risk our advertising would appear next to the wrong messages.

Van de Put added that Mondelez, which makes Cadbury and Milka chocolates, is expecting a strong holiday season. »

The New Way to Fight Climate Change

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They will argue about which countries are behind on their pledges and which are doing the most to fight the climate crisis.

The 2015 Paris climate agreement, designed for flexibility, allowed different countries to pursue diverse approaches to cutting emissions.

On many topics that have dominated global climate diplomacy, however, the endless wrangling has not generated much benefit. »