Enormous Marvel’s Avengers Update Patches Literally A Thousand Issues

Marvel’s Avengers has had a tough launch. The game has endeared itself to players with a strong story and a pretty fun post-campaign live game component–even though the two parts didn’t really gel–but it’s been plagued with bugs since its release. With a new update, developer Crystal Dynamics is hoping to clear out the infestation, claiming to address more than 1,000 issues. Some of these are relatively small, while other fixes are for game-breaking bugs.

As Crystal Dynamics notes on the Avengers website, Update 1.3.0 is the first big patch since Avengers’ launch, built in response to bug reports it has received from players on Reddit and elsewhere. The focus is mostly on bugs at this point, with quality-of-life changes coming down the line in later updates. For the time being, though, there are a lot of bugs to patch, ranging from weird graphical issues to major problems.

Avengers’ biggest

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Twitter resolves issues with accounts locked by mistake

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Twitter reports it’s accidentally locking accounts.


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Twitter reported two problems for users early Wednesday afternoon, with a delay in tweets showing up on timelines as well as accounts being locked “by mistake.”

“We’re seeing a number of accounts that have been locked or limited by mistake and not because they tweeted about any particular topic,” Twitter Support tweeted. “We’re working to undo this and get those accounts back to normal.”

Twitter said it was working to fix the issues right away, with both resolved within four hours. As of 4:08 p.m. PT, Twitter had fixed one of the issues: “Your Tweets should be making it onto your timeline…on time.”

The accidental account-locking issue was then fixed by Twitter around 4:40 p.m., with the social media platform providing a new Help

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Global Issues in Information Technology

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Tim Jacks, PhD, has co-authored a new book entitled The World IT Project: Global Issues in Information Technology. Officially released by World Scientific Publishing in May 2020, the book focuses on understanding the key IT issues facing firms within their surrounding contexts as critical for the firm, government and their international counterparts.

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill., Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Tim Jacks, PhD, has co-authored a new book entitled The World IT Project: Global Issues in Information Technology. Officially released by World Scientific Publishing in May 2020, the book focuses on understanding the key IT issues facing firms within their surrounding contexts as critical for the firm, government and their international counterparts.

Jacks, associate professor of Computer Management and Information Systems in the SIUE School of Business, combined with an international cast of Prashant Palvia, professor of Information Systems

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