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Cyberpunk 2077 is delayed yet again to December

 - Lifestyle - Oct 29 SHARE ON:

This marks the fourth time of the awaited open-world RPG, Cyberpunk 2077, having their release date delayed. 

Hopes were brought up when CD Projekt Red said they have ‘gone gold’ with the game a few weeks ago.

In their latest Twitter post, CD Projekt Red stated that their biggest challenge right now is the shipment of the game to be compatible to all gaming consoles.

Cyberpunk 2077 has been one of the most highly anticipated games of 2020 and many fans are devastated by their decision. Some even took a week off just to immerse themselves in the game.

Are you excited for the game?

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Apple is reportedly launching its own search engine

 - International - Oct 29 SHARE ON:

According to The Financial Times, the “Applebot” web crawler in California, used to create databases of online content has become much more successful lately, and iOS 14 users will notice that accessing the phone search bar will carry Apple’s own results. 

The company also hired former Google search manager John Giannandrea back in April 2018 and has since been publishing job listings for search engineers on a regular basis.

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Air Malta to ensure flight operations ‘even with a single person on board’

 - COVID-19 - Oct 29 SHARE ON:

Air Malta has launched a scheme that guarantees that flights will be run “even with one person on board,” Economy Minister Silvio Schembri stated. 

Announcing the scheme during the winter schedule roll-out, Schembri said that this would give people peace of mind while traveling with Air Malta and, as long as the law permits, flights would be run even if there were a lot of cancellations.

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PA approves plans for massive Chinese Embassy in Pembroke

 - Local - Oct 29 SHARE ON:

No stranger to controversial moves and approvals, Malta’s Planning Authority has just agreed upon the plans for 20,000 square meters of agricultural land to be turned into the Chinese Embassy. 

The Pembroke square of land was almost unanimously agreed upon except for NGO representative Annick Bonello and Pembroke councillor Kevin Borg.

The Chinese Government will pay €350,000 which should be used to dampen the environmental impact.

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