Earlier this week, the Magic found themselves in the awkward position of reassuring Aaron Gordon that the whiteboard-fueled rumors about trading him definitely weren’t true, no way. Tonight, Gordon tried to make a case for sticking around by literally jumping out of his shoe to turn this slick Elfrid Payton alley-oop…
“We’ve got some pretty awesome new details about the game’s next DLC leader that should be emerging next week, so grab a buddy and be ready!” the studio said.
The first Halo Wars 2 DLC leader, Kinsano, was released in March. According to 343 Industries, new leaders will be released on a monthly basis as part of the studio’s effort to keep the game feeling fresh. The new leaders are included with the Halo Wars 2 season pass or can be purchased individually.
In other Halo Wars 2 news, 343 Industries released a small new update for the game this week that fixes a crash scenario and other bugs, including one that was occured with the Kinsano update. The full patch notes follow below, as posted by the developer on its forums.
Crashes / Errors / Performance
- Fixed an issue where campaign save files from previous versions/patches were crashing on load. The save files now load successfully.
- Fixed an issue where watchtowers and motion sensors did not detect cloaked units
- Fixed an issue where cloaking generators would stop cloaking after 15 seconds if the advanced cloaking leader power was fully unlocked/upgraded
- Fixed an issue where Forge’s warthog was not displaying aura VFX and his upgrades were not working.
- Updated text for Forge’s “Rolling Economy” Leader Power to match balance changes made in the Kinsano update (removed text referring to reduced building cost)
The original Southern Charm premiered this week, but next month, fans will have another bit of sweet tea to enjoy with Southern Charm Savannah. And who is better to give fans a bit of the inside scoop than Southern Charm star Kathryn Dennis, who recently had the chance to meet with some of the Savannah […]
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DICE outlines what’s going on with Battlefield 1 this spring.
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Hey, United States military guys responsible for carrying out a nuclear first strike or nuclear response, would it be too much to ask to not promote white nationalist, misogynistic and conspiracy-peddling website?
Top General: Ã¢Â€Â˜Nearly All Elements of Nuclear TriadÃ¢Â€Â™ Outdated. Story: https://t.co/tmxbusyedr
— US Strategic Command (@US_Stratcom) April 5, 2017
Granted, the summer Nuclear Intern responsible for sending out tweets from the US Strategic Command probably has instructions to promote anything they find on Google that hews to the needs of the Top General being quoted is probably not versed on which outlets are or aren’t white nationalist-promoting misogynistic conspiracy-peddlers, but it is something you could, ya know, check. That particular outlet being full of white-nationalist-promoting misogynistic conspiracy-peddlers is something that’s been in the news quite a bit, recently, due to the elevation of a few specific of those conspiracy-peddlers being boosted into administration positions after, apparently, all the remotely qualified people ran for the hills.
On the other hand, we may be misreading this. U.S. Strategic Command retweeting Breitbart articles may not be an act of sloppiness, but an intentional cry for help. Perhaps they believe promoting Breitbart stories is the only thing that might get the current White House’s attention? Perhaps the president who famously did not know what the nuclear triad actually was is still, to this day, uninterested, and this is our own military’s attempt to pique the interest of anybody else in the White House. Look! We’re meeting you halfway! Even your preferred white-nationalist-promoting, misogynistic den of conspiracy-peddlers believes this to be an important thing!
Hmm. Yes, that may be the more likely answer. The military minds in charge of the United States nuclear weapons stockpile are not tweeting out links to white nationalist-promoting, misogynistic conspiracy websites out of carelessness, but because it’s the only damn way to get President Twitter’s attention.