Sep 17, 2020
Hogwarts Legacy will make you a wizard in 2021
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The long-rumored Harry Potter open-world game finally has a release date. Hogwarts Legacy will come out sometime in 2021. Sony shared a lengthy cinematic trailer during its PlayStation 5 showcase detailing what you’ll do the game. You’ll play as a wizard of your own creation in an 1800s version of Hogwarts.While much of it will take place in the school, you’ll be able to explore the wider Harry Potter world too.
Hogwarts Legacy is reportedly the game that convinced AT&T not to sell Warner Bros. gaming division to another company. You’ll be able to play Hogwarts Legacy on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.
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American Airlines, United Airlines to furlough thousands as CARES Act expires
CHICAGO -- United Airlines and American Airlines will move forward with furloughing thousands of employees as the CARES Act expires.
In a letter to employees Wednesday, American Airlines said it will begin the process of furloughing 19,000 employees as the Payroll Support Program expired September 30.
Parker said he spoke personally with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, who told him a bipartisan COVID-19 relief package that would extend the PSP is possible within the coming days.
"Please keep contacting your elected officials about the importance of reaching an agreement," Parker wrote.
United Airlines also said it will involuntarily furlough more than 13,000 employees beginning Thursday.
The carrier previously notified 36,000 employees they faced potential job cuts, but was able to reduce that number to 16,000 through various voluntary buyout and early retirement programs. The carrier said since then, it was able to further reduce the total number of furloughs by working with union partners, introducing new voluntary options and proposing creative solutions that would save jobs.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, United had just under 100,000 employees.
WLS-TV and ABC News contributed to this report.