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FIFA 22 is approaching its third month, and the regular updates are likely to continue as EA look to keep the game running smoothly.

We are still seeing little visual issues that are not displaying correctly, and bugs appear throughout the cycle of the game.

Title Update #4 is next up, but what will we see patched, added, or changed?

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We are expecting Title Update #4 to arrive soon as we have already seen regular updates made available already in FIFA 22.

The update will likely arrive on PC/Stadia first and follow soon after on both PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

Title Update #3 was released for PC/Stadia back at the beginning of November, with Title Update #2 released around two weeks earlier.

The regularity of the updates suggests a fourth of the season is imminent, so keep your eyes peeled.

Title Update #3

Title Update #3 was released on PC and Stadia on Wednesday, 3 November, before then being to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S on Tuesday, 9 November.

Changes were brought into all the major areas of the game, including a supposed fix for the free-kick glitch which does seem to have quietened down in recent weeks.

We have seen several bugs in FIFA 22, so make sure you are aware of the gameplay glitches that could cost you games.

Read all about Title Update #3 including the full details and patch notes.

Meta is a moving target

From the outset of FIFA 22, we have seen a resurgence in the use of centre-backs in comparison to FIFA 21 with pace being less crucial in defensive situations.

The fact the the likes of Man City’s Ruben Dias has been useable in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team is refreshing to say the least after a plague of full-backs being used last season.

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However, that plague looks to be returning! Full-backs seem to have broken the shackles of poor defensive positioning and once again returned to the top table.

The more special cards (with higher pace) we see added to the game, the faster we need our defenders to be.

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We hope that this trend is quickly stamped out, but the signs all point to full-backs once again being used in the middle of defence.

Click here to read about how centre-backs are once more becoming obscolete in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team.

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Hunter Biden’s profiteering matters — even if the rest of the press ignore it

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Most of the media continue to ignore Hunter Biden like toddlers with their fingers in their ears. His laptop is “unconfirmed.” “Unsubstantiated.” “It doesn’t matter.”

The first two are obviously false, a weak excuse to cover things up for the administration. From the beginning, the laptop was substantiated: Hunter’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski confirmed his correspondence was real. Hunter Biden never denied they were his files; in fact, his memoir confirms the pictures of the drug use, prostitutes and financial documents from the laptop.

Post columnist Miranda Devine’s new book, “Laptop from Hell,” details how the Chinese gave Hunter a 3-carat diamond and includes pictures from the computer of the diamond as well as a Hunter selfie showing his back tattoo of the Finger Lakes. Were these all doctored? Hunter himself confirmed in an interview with The New Yorker that he received the diamond but just waved it off as a nice gesture.

The Biden files have been confirmed and substantiated eight ways to Sunday. Reporters just don’t want to hear it.

A diamond reportedly given as a gift to Hunter Biden from a Chinese business titan.
A diamond reportedly given as a gift to Hunter Biden from a Chinese business titan.

So that leaves “It doesn’t matter.” Liberal media outlets are uniquely incurious about Hunter selling the influence of his father. In the case of the Chinese deal, outlined by Devine, they say there’s “no indication” that Joe Biden ever received the “10 percent for the big guy” promised in one e-mail.

But consider these questions:

  • We know from Hunter’s own correspondence that the chairman of China’s government-connected energy firm CEFC promised him $10 million a year for three years to provide “introductions.” What politicians did he introduce executives to? Which of those meetings did Joe Biden help facilitate? What promises were made at those meetings?
  • Hunter complains multiple times that he’s expected to be the provider for the whole Biden family and expresses frustration at the “lack of respect” he received for bringing in the cash. Not only Devine’s book but “The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power,” by Politico’s Ben Schreckinger, reveals how the president’s family used his position for profit.
  • It goes even further than that. E-mails on the laptop indicate Hunter was paying Joe’s personal bills. What else was he paying for? Was he supplementing Joe Biden’s government salary? There also are indications that Hunter and Joe shared bank accounts and credit cards. In one case, Devine writes, Hunter used a credit card to pay a prostitute and instantly got a visit from an ex-Secret Service agent. How much were their funds co-mingled? 

At the very least, the Chinese were paying the vice president’s son for government access. But it also now seems that the Chinese were paying Joe Biden millions through his son.

We’ve asked these questions of the administration and it ignores us, knowing that CNN, The Washington Post, The New York Times, et al. have its back and will never press things.

There are several unanswered questions about Hunter Biden profiteering.
There are several unanswered questions about Hunter Biden profiteering.
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Joe Biden wants millions for IRS enforcement. Wonder if that includes actually finishing the investigation of his son’s money-making and registering as a foreign agent. And would it include an audit of the president’s own income and whether he was declaring money given to him by Hunter?

That is why Hunter matters. The media are out of excuses.

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Omicron: Canada confirms first case of new Covid variant | World News

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Canada said Sunday it has detected its first cases of the new Omicron strain of Covid, in two people who had traveled recently to Nigeria.

Both patients are in isolation while public health authorities trace their possible contacts, said federal and Ontario provincial officials.

“I was informed today by the Public Health Agency of Canada that testing and monitoring of Covid-19 cases has confirmed two cases of the Omicron variant of concern in Ontario,” Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said in a statement.

“As the monitoring and testing continues,” he added, “it is expected that other cases of this variant will be found in Canada.”

The government of Ontario confirmed that the two cases are in the capital Ottawa.

The World Health Organization has listed Omicron as a “variant of concern” and countries around the world are now restricting travel from southern Africa, where the new strain was first detected, and taking other new precautions.

The WHO says it could take several weeks to know if there are significant changes in transmissibility, severity or implications for Covid vaccines, tests and treatments.

 

 

 

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Five more Covid cases added to Spurthy college cluster- The New Indian Express

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By Express News Service

From the earlier 12 COVID-19 cases reported from the Spurthy College of Nursing cluster in Marasur, Anekal, the number has now risen to 17, with five more cases being added.

The 5 new patients are asymptomatic and have also been isolated at the same COVID-19 Care Centre in Jigani.

Meanwhile, the state added 315 new cases on Sunday, which took the state tally to 2995600. There were two deaths which took the state toll to 38198. Active cases rose from 6754 to 6831 in Karnataka and from 5279 to 5287 in Bengaluru

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