Destiny had a rocky start, but the first-person space shooter eventually ended up living up to the promise it showed back when it was announced. Time flies, though, and the original game is nearly three years old, and Bungie has promised a full sequel will be coming soon. Now, thanks to an poster image apparently leaked by an Italian retailer (and posted by Italian site Lega Network), we can be pretty sure that Destiny 2 will arrive this September. Friday, September 8th in Europe, to be precise -- which means the US release date could be the prior Tuesday, September 5th.
Today on In Case You Missed It: The thought of watching a plant grow seems, well boring. But researchers from the Institute of Science and Technology in Austria used lasers, fluorescent lights and a microscope to track the growth of a flowering weed's roots. The end result is a close-up 3D video that looks more like a glowing burrowing worm than a plant. The researchers also twisted the plate the plants are growing on to see how the roots adjust to changes in gravity which could be helpful when we need to grow food in space.
POSTOUVIN - The Society of Conscious Thought has confirmed the official commissioning of the Kyonoke Inquest Center, which lies in close proximity to the quarantined RP4 Hemorphite processing facility in Postouvin.
Speaking to a selection of interstellar press whom were invited aboard the structure for the occasion, SoCT Elder Mentor Raish confirmed that the facility is now fully operational, and has been formally designated as the "H4-RP4 Kyonoke Inquest Center".
Adding to the announcement, he stated that the installation "represents the pinnacle of genetic research and development, with the most advanced genetic engineering and bio labs in the cluster".
Elder Raish then elaborated on plans for the future of the Center, including the impending arrival of science teams from the Empire, State, Federation and Republic, commenting that "in the coming weeks, independent capsuleers from across the cluster will join teams selected by sovereign governments, in an effort to work toward a common resolution for the Kyonoke crisis."
Closing the press conference before thanking the media, Raish also confirmed the dates for the YC119 Kyonoke Inquest from April 6th - 8th, two weeks from now.
The Scope observed hundreds of vessels arriving at the Inquest Center this morning, which were rumoured to be delivering laboratory equipment, supplies and HAZMAT containment equipment.
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It might be time to rekindle your love for the loot-fest of Diablo III. A big new patch with a ton of tweaks for the hack and slash dungeon crawler will land on March 31st. The update finally brings the popular Seasons mode to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Seasons has been available to PC players since 2014 and now console players will finally get to join in the fun. We've asked Blizzard why it took so long to bring Seasons to consoles and will update if we receive a response.
Since the Switch started to show up in gamer's homes, some have been complaining about issues with its wireless Joy-Cons. Problems with losing connection, particularly on the left one, have plagued some enough to attempt DIY fixes, but in a statement to Kotaku, Nintendo said there could be a reason for problems.
Source: Kotaku, CNET