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Own The Witcher 3 on PS4 or Xbox One? You can claim a free PC copy from GOG – Eurogamer.net

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There’s a new Tomb Raider game launching next year – Eurogamer.net

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It’s been two years since Lara Croft’s last video game outing – developer Crystal Dynamics’ grim trilogy capper Shadow of the Tomb Raider – and now, finally, Square Enix is teasing Lara’s long-overdue return in the form of next year’s Tomb Raider Reloaded. You might wish to immediately temper your expectations, however, with the addendum it’s a free-to-play mobile game.
Square shared its Tomb Raider Reloaded announcement news on Twitter, but offered little in the way of additional information regarding…

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Chinese spacecraft sets off on Moon sample quest – BBC News

The robotic Chang’e-5 mission aims to return the first lunar rocks to Earth in more than 40 years.

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By Jonathan AmosBBC Science Correspondent
image captionArtwork: This mission is the next step up in complexity
China has launched a mission to try to retrieve rock samples from the Moon.
Its robotic Chang’e-5 spacecraft departed the Wenchang launch complex on a Long March 5 rocket early on Tuesday morning local time, and if successful should return to Earth in mid-December.
It’s more than 40 years since the Americans and the Soviets brought home lunar rock and “soil” for analysis.
China aims to…

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Vaccine results bring us a step closer to ending Covid, says Oxford scientist – The Guardian

Latest breakthrough comes as PM says he hopes most at-risk could be immunised by Easter

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The world is moving a step closer to ending the coronavirus pandemic, the scientist behind Britains first vaccine has declared, as Boris Johnson said he hoped the majority of those most at-risk could be immunised by Easter.
Successful trial results for the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine, suggesting it could protect up to 90% of people, are the third set of promising findings in as many weeks. Before this year, there had never been a vaccine for a coronavirus.
The development came as a relief…

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