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Cooperative ghost-hunting game Phasmophobia has recently become one of the most-played and most-watched games on Steam and Twitch. Last week’s update for Phasmophobia added more cunning ghosts to the game, but this week’s latest patch is focused on dozens of fixes as well as new Halloween additions. Developer Kinetic Games hasn’t revealed yet what the Halloween content actually is, but players have reported seeing Jack-o’-lanterns, a scarecrow, and a new type of crawling ghost.
Plenty of small issues have been fixed within Phasmophobia, such as disappearing ghost orbs, loading level timeouts, and dead players being able to use the walkie talkie. New changes to the game include ghost-writing now counting as photographic evidence, upgraded server code to fix most voice chat issues, and removing the Australian server from the region selection options as those players will instead be matched up according to their best ping results.
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- Elon Musk’s SpaceX has agreed to provide internet in a Texas school district via its Starlink network of satellites.
- It will provide internet to 45 families in early 2021, and an additional 90 families later on. The families will not pay for the internet access.
- This is the first time that SpaceX’s Starlink, a space-based internet service, is being offered in southern US.
- Nearly 900 Starlink satellites are currently in orbit. They are designed to beam high-speed internet around the world, and SpaceX is testing the service in northern US and southern Canada.
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Elon Musk’s SpaceX has agreed to provide internet to a rural school district in Texas next year through its Starlink network of satellites.
Starting early 2021, SpaceX will initially supply internet to 45