The Daily Populous

Tuesday May 30th, 2023 day edition

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Its hard to forget the launch of Battlefield 2042.

A game dev that worked at DICE for 12 years has shared some problems the team experienced while the game was being made.

Battlefield 2042 didn’t sit well with critics or players.

DICE developer outlines some Battlefield 2042 woes.

As a result of these factors, Bodin says Battlefield 2042 “never stood much of a chance being great at launch.”.

You may remember leaks pointing towards Battlefield 2042 being a battle royale, having major weather events and so much more.

It’s online systems will serve future titles well” We’ll have to wait and see what those future titles will involve and how the franchise and DICE devs will bounce back from Battlefield 2042. »

Biden laughs off idea of Trump pardon after DeSantis pledges to consider it

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President Joe Biden on Monday scoffed at the idea of granting his predecessor, former president Donald Trump, a pardon absolving him of any crimes he may have committed during or after his presidency.

Mr Biden was asked if he’d consider a reprieve for Mr Trump as he departed the White House en route to his Delaware home on Monday, the day before the eighth anniversary of his late son Beau Biden’s death.

Mr Smith is also looking into the ex-president’s role in fomenting the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, which came as Mr Trump pushed to remain in office despite losing the 2020 election to Mr Biden. »

Groundbreaking Israeli cancer treatment has 90% success rate

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Hadassah-University Medical Center in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem has announced an “unprecedented achievement” in the treatment of multiple myeloma cancer – the second-most common hematological disease.

The treatment is based on genetic engineering technology, which is an effective and groundbreaking solution for patients whose life expectancy was only two years until a few years ago.

They have used a genetic engineering technology called CAR-T, or Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Therapy, which boosts the patient’s own immune system to destroy the cancer. »

NATO soldiers injured in Kosovo clashes with Serb protesters

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LEPOSAVIC, Kosovo, May 29 (Reuters) - Around 25 NATO peacekeeping soldiers defending three town halls in northern Kosovo were injured in clashes with Serb protesters on Monday, while Serbia's president put the army on the highest level of combat alert.

[1/11] Local Kosovo Serb protesters sit on the ground in front of NATO Kosovo Force (KFOR) soldiers in the town of Zvecan, Kosovo, May 29, 2023.

Igor Simic, deputy head of the Serb List, the biggest Belgrade-backed Kosovo Serb party, accused Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti of fuelling tensions in the north. »