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Warzone Loadout Chaos – Developer Rolls Back Controversial Change
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Warzone Loadout Chaos – Developer Rolls Back Controversial Change

Developer Raven Software released the patch notes for their latest Warzone update yesterday. Along with two small bugfixes, there's also been a change that many have been hoping for for a long time. The long queues in front of the Buy Stations One of the most controversial changes of recent months was rolled back today by Warzone developer Raven Software. A few days ago there were rumors that loadout drops would once again be available in the Buy Station. from the buying station. This change has now been officially confirmed on Twitter ?️ A Warzone update has been released! Loadout drops are now available for purchase through Buy Stations from get-go in Battle Royale. No more waiting! Season 1 patch notes have been changed (see Feb 3rd): https://t.co/c5RLdmMEW6 pic.twitter.c...
Despite victory: Andy Reid wants to change the overtime rule
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Despite victory: Andy Reid wants to change the overtime rule

Munich/Kansas City - It was one of the most spectacular games of the recent past: In a genuine crime thriller, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills in a wild exchange of blows in the end 42:36 after overtime (HERE you can see the spectacle in full length).The victory was made possible by the NFL's overtime rules. The team that scores a touchdown first wins the game. The team that wins the coin toss and starts offensive has the advantage of being able to finish the game without the opponent being able to reply.Andy Reid wants to have the rule changed despite the winEven though the Chiefs had the overtime advantage, Andy Reid wished the Buffalo Bills could have answered, "To be fair, both offense and defense should play once," said the Chiefs' longtime head coach at "NBC"."...
Climate change threatens future Winter Olympics
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Climate change threatens future Winter Olympics

If greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced to meet Paris Agreement targets, very few cities will be able to host the Winter Olympics with safe conditions for athletes by the end of the century, according to a study by the University of Waterloo in Ontario. Posted at 9:35 p.m. Stephane Blais The Canadian Press Going down a snowy slope at 120 km per hour, with your feet strapped to two boards, with a helmet as your only protection, involves risks, regardless of the weather conditions. But ...