the cults confront their readings of the epidemic of Covid-19

No ” front of religions “, but certainly some struggles and ideals. They were five French representatives of the cult – four men and a woman – to talk and listen to each other to deliver their teachings to the health crisis of the Covid-19, Tuesday 23 June evening at the College des Bernardins (Paris Ve district).

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Catholic, protestant, jewish, muslim, buddhist, how have they lived this very difficult period, in the light of their respective traditions ? (1) “A warning about our way of life “for the president of the bishops ‘ Conference of France (CEF), “a necessary break “for the representative buddhist “a crisis of the system of solidarity “ for the president of the federation of protestant…

The mourning prevented, an outrage common

If the different sensitivities are asserted during this exchange fed, it is a same voice that the religious representatives have, input, warning about the major break and new caused by the strong limitation of the funeral rites and the presence of chaplains with patients, at the height of the epidemic : “The affected families have not been able to do their mourning in conditions that allowed it to overcome the suffering and sorrow. The company has not made a sufficient response to these emergency situations “he regretted Mohammed Moussaoui, president of the French Council of the muslim cult (CFCM).

→ INVESTIGATION. In containment, the mourning more painful

By preventing the funeral rites to stand, we prepared a post-traumatic shock to the society as a whole. It was the moral health of the society and I believe that it has been heard on this issue “, abounded the chief rabbi of France Haïm Korsia, who has pointed out “the extraordinary responsiveness of the government “ vis-à-vis cults during the crisis.

Exactly, in this experience of dialogue with the civil authorities, the feeling has been different depending on religions. Among catholics, including some bishops have claimed the ability to gather in the churches, quickly after the déconfinement, the conflicts are still present : “ The catholics have had the feeling that the public authorities did not know very well how to treat us as a partner at this timeexposed Mgr Eric de Moulins-Beaufort. On the freedom of worship, the answer is clear, it has been given in the law by the Council of State “, ruled by the archbishop of Reims.

The controversy of the re-opening of the cults

“I have tremendous respect for the justice, but the Council of State is not word of gospel “replied, mischievous, Haïm Korsia, who has, himself, decided to let them close down the synagogues despite the possibility to find again the end of may. “ It is a moment of controversy that would not have happened, writes Mohammed Moussaoui. The configuration of our worship is not the same “, judge professor of mathematics. Among muslims, the individual prayers, it is better to be home than at the mosque, so the problem does not arise in the same way for us “.

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The representatives of the religions, do they have the same reading of this test ? For Minh Tri Vô, deputy chair of the buddhist Union of France, the containment has been “a mandatory break collective that has allowed to touch what the Buddha offered as a profound vision : the ability to touch impermanence (nothing lasts), the interdependence of men, and the full consciousness of the world around him “. “This time was deeply intense for our communities, amazing things have emerged, but there was nothing formidable in this period where the distancing of physics is imposed, it should not be romantiser “, for its part, keeps Haïm Korsia.

“This crisis is a warning “

“The suffering was there,” stresses, in turn, François Clavairoly, president of the protestant Federation of France (FPF), of which the intellectual complicity and friendly with the chief rabbi of France has enlivened the discussion. “I have this feeling of belonging to a humanity that is lame, who gets tired of one night to several months. Is it a misfortune to be globalized will produce a collective intelligence common ? I’m not sure. On the other hand, where religion can be decisive, it is in the experience that we have made of the emptiness and the fragility of our existence. This is where the hope, the will to choose a positive life against death, in the event.”

Each of the containment in the Bible has led to the possibility of a new life recalls Monsignor Eric de Moulins-Beaufort, citing Noah, Jonah… For me, this crisis is a warning. We need to change our consumption patterns, because of the constraint of ecological… The important question is : will we seize the moment to convert us ? Everyone looks good in a hurry to restart the world of yesterday “, notes, lucid, the president of the bishops of France.

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experts explain why obesity “helps” coronavirus

– Has long been known that overweight people have lowered immunity, says head of the Department of endocrinology of the medical faculty Russian national research medical University. N. And. Pirogov Tatiana Demidova. Research and practice show that in these patients increases the risk of atherosclerosis sharply increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes and heart failure. Increased risk of endocrinological, oncological diseases, joint diseases, psychological disorders.

Epidemic COVID has added another item to the list of high threats to people who are overweight. It turned out that when infected with coronavirus patients with obesity more often require hospitalization, fall into the ICU, on the ventilator (artificial lung ventilation). Alas, is growing and the risk of death.

– If the original messages from China on the most severe cases COVID it was mainly about the older people with severe chronic diseases, according to the latest data from Europe and USA the risk group includes people with obesity – says Tatiana Demidova.

FACTS AND FIGURES

In what diseases most often develop complications due to coronavirus

90% of patients admitted with severe COVID-19 US hospitals, were the following comorbidities:

– hypertension — 49.7%,and

– obesity or 48.3%,

– chronic lung disease — 34,6%,

– diabetes type 2 diabetes was 28.3%,

– cardiovascular disease — 27,8%.

Thus, obesity is second among the States in which CouId be severe.

CORONAVIRUS, INFLUENZA, AND HIV, “LIKE” ADIPOSE TISSUE

Visceral adipose tissue, that is, one that is in the abdomen, is, in fact, highly individual body, experts explain. This body affects the immune, endocrine system and metabolism in the body as a whole.

– People who are overweight fat cells are much larger. So, is synthesized in much more of various hormones and inflammatory cells. Among them, including interleukin-6, interleukin-1, tumor necrosis factor, and others, – says Tatiana Demidova. Often in the body, there is a creeping inflammation.

At the same time observed that many viral infections and especially COVID-19 amplify the effects cytokines and lead to the extension of the generalization of inflammation. “It was proved that adipose tissue serves as a reservoir for some viruses, such as influenza, HIV and cytomegalovirus. Also, according to the latest data, it can be activated and coronavirus,” adds Demidov.

INSULATION NEEDS TO BE LONGER?

Studies have shown one more feature of coronavirus. As it turned out, he is able to spread rapidly in adipose tissue surrounding internal organs – lungs, liver, kidneys, heart, etc. because Of this, developing severe damage to these vital organs and people with excess weight, excess amount of adipose tissue increases the risk of death from multiple organ failure.

There is evidence that such patients are also unable to stay longer carriers of the virus, require longer hospital stay and isolation, said Tatyana Demidova.

AFTER INFECTION — DIABETES

There is evidence and that not less than one-third of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in China, European countries and the United States, the infection resulted in damage of the pancreas. This was confirmed by elevated enzymes amylase and lipase, and glucose levels in the blood plasma.

– This is a very disturbing circumstance. Since we talking about high risk of developing diabetes type 2 diabetes in people with the original obesity after recovery from infection, says Dr. Demidov.

It is not excluded that after the break the pace of the epidemic COVID, we will see a worldwide surge in the incidence of diabetes, experts say.

So now, when the opportunity walks, sports, seasonal ripe fruits and vegetables rich in fiber, doctors suggest the obese individuals to exert their maximum effort for getting rid of really dangerous extra pounds.

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should recentralize the health system ?

Lombardy holds the sad record of the area’s most bereaved of all Italy by the crisis of the Covid-19, with half of the dead alone, or 16 376 deaths for a total of 34 167 deaths at the national level. However, the province has a system of health partly privatized deemed among the best in the country but where the most advanced medicine has been privileged at the expense of basic medicine.

Health is a prerogative of regional

In the opinion of Francesco Saraceno, director of studies at the OFCE Sciences-Po, “the management of the pandemic in Italy has been catastrophic because there has been no coordination between the government and the regions “. In fact, in Italy, health is a prerogative of regional, but in the case of a health emergency, the State may repatriate some of the skills. This is what has made the government of Giuseppe Conte when he took the decision to establish the end of February, the first “red zones “ in a dozen municipalities in Lombardy, in particular, to Codogno, the city of “patient number one “. It is still the government that has determined the containment of all the countries. “From the beginning, the shock was such in Italy that no one has questioned these decisions, while the world is bent “continues Francesco Saraceno.

While the government took measures of public health, each region also taking initiatives. In the region of Veneto, bordering Lombardy, it is also very affected by the coronavirus, the president of the region Luca Zaia, a member of the League, launched an extensive campaign of testing in order to curb the pandemic and to enable the early resumption of the work. It has also stopped the carnival in Venice two days before the grand parade at the end and all gatherings, including sporting events. Today, the Veneto can boast of no new cases, no deaths.

Several investigations

To the contrary, in Lombardy, the region president Attilio Fontana, also a member of the League, probably under the pressure of industrialists, said “not being able to or not wanting to close Milan and Lombardy “. Today, the latter still has half of the new cases of contamination, and the largest number of deaths, especially in the city of Bergamo, where, according to data collected by the national Institute of statistics, there were 6,200 deaths in march, compared with 1 180 average during the previous five years.

In the Face of such a fiasco, the public prosecutor of Bergamo, conducts a number of surveys on the responsibility in the delays for the creation of a red zone, including two communes of this department, Nembro and Alzano Lombardo, in particular affected by the Covid-19. The government of Rome and the leaders of the Lombardy region, reject the responsibility for this delay, which has had a dramatic impact with the saturation of the health system, the increase in mortality and the progression of the novel coronavirus in the region. “In a decentralized system, if it does not clearly define the responsibilities of each other, it creates a gray area that allows one to discard on the other “notes Francesco Saraceno.

In an unequal system

The issue of recentralisation of the health-care system, totally unequal in Italy, is again a debate. “Why if you are born in Lombardy, you can enjoy a health system that is modern, while if you are born in Calabria, a poor region of the country, it is private ? It is necessary to agree on the fact that health is a public good. And in a health crisis like the Covid-19, it is fundamental to have a holistic view that only the government can have “, writes Francesco Saraceno. And to quote the case of France where, despite a delayed start, the health crisis was, according to him, was rather well handled.

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it affects not only the lungs, but the whole body

The first 10 days after the onset of symptoms of the disease, the 38-year-old American was feeling quite well. He was not at risk; he had no chronic diseases.

– The man was examined, the disease was mild. The patient had a slight cough. Therefore, he was sent home for treatment, ”says the head of the Department of Vascular Surgery at Westchester Medical Center Sean Wengerter.

And then the incredible happened.

One morning, a man woke up with icy and numb legs. The body was constrained by terrible weakness; there was not even the strength to get out of bed.

The examination showed that the patient had aortic occlusion – a large blood clot formed in the main artery at the place where the artery diverged in two directions – to the right and left leg. Because of this clot, blood enriched with oxygen did not enter the iliac arteries.

“This is extremely dangerous.” From this can die from 20% to 50% of patients, – notes Vangerter. – But such things are not typical for 38-year-olds.

An emergency operation to remove a blood clot could save the patient’s life. But doctors working with patients with COVID-19 are everywhere faced with rather strange and frightening phenomena in infected patients. For example, the formation of blood clots (actually blood clots) of various sizes throughout the body, renal failure, inflammation of the heart muscle and malfunctions of the immune system.

“Coronavirus occurs in each patient in its own way,” notes Scott Brackenridge, associate professor of emergency surgery at the College of Medicine at the University of Florida. – In some cases, the patient has a problem with breathing, in others, the internal organs begin to fail. In children, the immune system as a whole begins to rebel.

Coronavirus is not just a respiratory diseasePhoto: Ivan MAKEEV

MYSTERIOUS STROKES

A new type of coronavirus is considered to be a respiratory virus, although it is already becoming obvious – the infection affects the entire human body. The most common symptoms are fever, pneumonia, and acute respiratory distress syndrome.

In this case, the virus attacks some organs directly. First of all, the mucous membrane of blood vessels, which entails unnatural coagulation of blood.

– COVID-19 provokes a local inflammatory reaction that leads to the formation of blood clots, – explains Wengerter. – This is due to the direct effect of the virus on the arteries.

A number of doctors recorded strokes in young patients with coronavirus, as well as the formation of blood clots in the lungs. Blood clots were found even in the smallest vessels.

“Since each organ feeds on blood vessels, and the virus attacks them first and foremost, we end up with damage to internal organs,” adds Dr. Scott Brackenridge.

Another serious symptom that is observed in some patients who become ill with the new coronavirus is the “co-fingers.” The infected toes swell, becoming red or purple. It is possible that the reason for this is blockage of blood vessels. But doctors say that usually this does not have serious consequences.

Kawasaki Syndrome

One of the most alarming reactions to COVID-19 is observed in children. It has already been named as a children’s multisystem inflammatory syndrome. In newYork Doctors have identified more than 100 cases.

This syndrome is characterized by a rather long fever, inflammatory process, malfunction of one or more internal organs, as well as the general condition, which is usually observed with shock. Pediatricians also compare these symptoms with the syndrome. Kawasaki.

Kawasaki syndrome is a rare disease that affects children aged 3 to 10 years. It is characterized by damage to the medium and small arteries, thrombosis, the formation of aneurysms and rupture of the vascular wall. Cases of infection are rare. However, recently, doctors have noted an increase in the number of patients with this syndrome.

Both childhood multisystem inflammatory syndrome and Kawasaki syndrome lead to an overly aggressive immune system response to coronavirus. This may be accompanied by inflammation of the blood vessels and heart muscle.

KILLER CELLS

However, scientists note that coronavirus is not able to cause a strong immune response, but, on the contrary, suppress the entire immune system. And this can allow the infection to freely attack the internal organs.

Partly this theory was confirmed by Chinese experts, led by Dr. Zhang Zhang. Scientists analyzed samples of immune cells taken from the lungs of 9 patients infected with coronavirus. The results of the study showed an abnormally high level of leukocytes – macrophages and neutrophils responsible for the destruction of harmful pathogen – in severe patients. At the same time, these patients had a rather low level of CD8 T cells, which are called killer cells. They are responsible for killing virus-infected cells.

But doctors are reassuring, noting that they have drugs that can thin the blood, and also help the work of white blood cells that resist infection.

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POINT OF VIEW. Coronavirus: some lessons for the future of our health system

The serious crisis we are going through confirms the importance of health issues.

Have a prospective vision

The current situation had not been anticipated. Decisions made over the years have not proven to be relevant. However, we have a multitude of “High Committees” and “Councils” all made up of competent experts, but we lack global prospective analysis to anticipate the issues. Our health system is made up of a multitude of actors who are all convinced of their specific role. We lack shared appreciation among all of these actors. We do not have a place in which all stakeholders can confront each other, appropriate the positions that are the subject of consensus and bring them into public debate. We need a High Council for Foresight in Health capable of formulating recommendations and publicizing them so that they feed this debate and political decisions.

Rethinking the regional level

The regional administrative organization of the organization of care and crisis management is questioned. Regional health agencies are implicated. Ten years after their creation, we must take stock of their functioning, their relationship with the central administration directorates of the ministry which are too compartmentalized as with other regional authorities. However, we should beware of certain facilities. Returning to the previous situation where their missions were carried out under the tutelage of prefects would not necessarily gain administrative agility. It will be necessary to strengthen the links between the regional elected representatives and the ARS, but to give the regions full responsibility for the organization of care, would also require entrusting the budgetary consequences to them and reviewing the current methods of financing by health insurance. The examples of Italy or Spain, and even of the German Landers, where the organization of care is regionalized, show us how fragile this organization also presents.

Make priority choices

The decrease in the number of hospital beds in recent years is criticized today. Have we gone too far? We can rest the question. But should we have in all health facilities a capacity greater than current needs to deal with a possible crisis or should we not have an organization to respond to unpredictable situations? Let us also remember from this crisis that, under admittedly difficult conditions, our system was able to adapt.

Choices will have to be made to secure future funding. The upgrading of salaries in hospitals and in the medical and social sector is a priority, not only to honor staff who have worked tirelessly, but because insufficient remuneration does not make these careers attractive. But we will also need to invest in equipment or real estate in certain hospitals and to renovate the nursing homes. However, not everyone can do everything and do it well. This crisis will have confirmed that between public and private establishments, it was possible to work together for the benefit of the population. In a context of budgetary tension from which we will not escape, we will have to find in new partnerships between the public and the private sector opportunities to invent the future.

(*) Claude Evin is a lawyer, former Minister of Health and former Director General of the Ile de France regional health agency

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New SsangYong Rexton 2020 seen on tests

The SUV will receive a “surprise” in the cabin.

New SUV coming soon to South Korean market SsangYong Rexton 2020 model year. The model was last restyled in 2017. Recently, a prototype of an updated car was spotted in Korea, which fell into the cameras of photo spies. during road tests.

Judging by the photo, the new SsangYong Rexton 2020 received significant design changes – with most in the front of the body. So, the SUV will acquire a large hexagonal radiator grill, a revised front bumper, LED headlights and horizontal LED strips.

Concerning of interior. SsangYong Rexton 2020 received an electronic gear lever. New interior trim materials and a multimedia system are also expected.

ABOUT technical specifications SsangYong Rexton 2020 is still unknown. Expect an increase in power to increase the performance and efficiency of the SUV.

Recall that SsangYong Rexton is not officially represented at the domestic car market – XLV, Tivoli and Actyon are present in the model line of the Korean manufacturer. Take to Russia – so many motorists think.

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Facebook launches option for video calls with up to 50 people without time limit – Telemundo Nueva Inglaterra

Facebook revealed that it is launching a tool called Messenger Rooms with which users will be able to make video calls with up to 50 people. This is the latest move by the social network ‘due to the popularity, in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, of other applications such as its Zoom or Houseparty with similar group video contact capabilities.

The news was given this Friday by the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg through Facebook Live.

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According to our sister station CNBC, the tool will be free will allow Facebook and Messenger users to create group video calls of up to 50 people at a time, increasing the current limit of the Messenger app from 8 people.

According to CNBC, the 50-person limit for Messenger Rooms will not be available immediately. Facebook users will see a lower limit at launch, but it will soon rise to 50 people, a company spokesperson told CNBC. The limit will vary for users at launch, the spokesperson said.

By comparison, Zoom allows up to 100 people to video chat for free for up to 40 minutes. Houseparty supports up to eight people.

Video calls in Messenger Rooms have no time limit and will include features like augmented reality filters that allow people to add masks to their faces. Video call hosts will also be able to block calls and delete users. Facebook and Messenger users can create Messenger rooms, and they can invite anyone to join, including people who don’t have a Facebook account.

Messenger Rooms will begin rolling out to users on Friday, and will expand to more regions in the coming weeks. “You can start and share video calls on Facebook through your wall, Groups and Events, so it is easy for people to visit it. We will soon add ways to create video call rooms from Instagram Direct, WhatsApp and Portal too”, explained the social network.

WhatsApp also expands capacity

Facebook also announced that it is doubling the limit of people in WhatsApp video calls from four to eight people.


In addition, the company is introducing a video calling feature on Facebook Dating so that users of that service can have virtual dating.

Zoom improves your security

The video conferencing platform Zoom, which has achieved a sudden popularity success with the COVID-19 pandemic, announced this week an update to its software, where, it says, it has improved the encryption system to respond to criticism received for lack of security.

The San Jose, California-based firm explained in a statement that Zoom version 5.0 adds support for encryption with 256-bit AES encryption GCM, providing “increased protection for meeting data and resistance against tampering. ”

The update available this week will also allow the account administrator to choose which regions of the data center their meetings and webinars use for real-time traffic at the account, group, or user level.

On the other hand, the company has grouped all the options related to security in the same icon, which is accessed through the menu bar of the digital meeting, the “waiting room” option has been activated by default and allows videoconference hosts report a user whose participation has not been allowed.

“I am proud to achieve this step in our 90 day plan, but this is only the beginning. We will earn the trust of our customers and bring them happiness with our firm goal of providing the safest platform, ”said Zoom CEO Eric S. Yuan.

Zoom’s success and sudden growth as a result of the increase in teleworking and digital encounters following the confinement orders for the COVID-19 pandemic has been accompanied by many complaints about failures in communication security and little respect for the privacy of users.

One of the most common problems that its users are encountering is that Internet users who have not been invited appear by surprise in teleconferences, a phenomenon baptized as “zoombombing” and which has caused educational institutions, governments and companies to stop using the platform. and, in the case of Google, their employees have even been banned.

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How Covid-19 will affect the pension system | Economy

The fall in income, the slowdown in economic activity or the numerous layoffs, whether temporary or not, stemming from the need to contain the spread of Covid-19, further jeopardize the stability of the Spanish pension system, which has not He is going through one of his best moments since the 2008 economic crisis.

Governments are seeing how the confinement of citizens – with the economic slowdown that this entails – is the most effective measure to contain the virus. However, this situation, necessary to protect citizens, puts the welfare state in check and, in particular, one of its fundamental elements, pensions.

The Social Security Reserve Funds will be impacted in the short, medium and long term by the current situation, affirm in a report the Forum of Experts of the BBVA Pension Institute. Cuts in contributions made and contributions, high unemployment and declining employment, less economic activity, increased early retirement or a higher incidence of retirement due to permanent disability – which, they explain, is usually a resource In these crises, they will seriously affect these funds, which, however, have already proven not to be sufficient for extremely serious or lasting situations. For this reason, they consider that the lack of contributions to the pension piggy bank should be compensated with income derived from general taxes or from others implemented for this purpose, payable on the go. Likewise, it also proposes as an alternative measure the placement of debt in the markets and its repayment in the future, “putting then the taxes that were not put now.”

Experts say they can be “very useful” in changes in the economic cycle, by helping to overcome liquidity constraints, mitigating the consequences until the economy recovers its expansion phase. However, the uncertainty about what the scope of the Covid-19 will be, which “could have a strongly recessive lasting effect in the short term or extend for a longer period than expected, the duration of the current crisis”, show its limitations in this sense. To this must be added the Spanish casuistry, where the crisis of 2008-2013 ended the reserves of the piggy bank of pensions as early as 2019. However, this situation would not only be a problem in Spain: “Very few countries in the world they have sufficient reserve funds, “they affirm.

The experts emphasize, however, that it is unknown whether the current crisis will have the same impact as the recession of the past decade and recall the importance of resorting to automatic adjustment mechanisms in situations such as the current one. These, in any case, would not be prepared to guarantee the payment of pensions for an extended period of time and should “be complemented with additional elements that mitigate their effects by providing complementary retirement annuities”.

A bigger challenge for active workers

However, the study indicates that the impact of the current crisis will not be suffered by both current pensioners and currently active workers with regard to the rights to receive a pension in the future. In fact, its managers consider that the possibility of a basic income that helps those citizens in poverty is not necessary for pensioners, whose situation is better than that of many other households.

In any case, they believe that the proposal for a basic income, “ambiguous and widely discussed without sharing a common definition or knowing the implications well”, is not the “best instrument” to support the salaried or self-employed who have been reduced your income or even deleted. Experts choose to “streamline and better focus the many existing income support programs with transitional solutions” that help those affected by this crisis.

Likewise, they call for not resorting to pension plans to guarantee income, as the Government has allowed those who have lost their job or suffered the cessation of activity. These savings are intended to “improve living conditions during the many years in which, after retirement, your public or private pensions will be the only source of income,” they point out. Therefore, although it may be an alternative in cases of need, it should be the last to consider, they point out.

On the other hand, the report highlights that the current situation has brought to light the precarious employment boom after the economic crisis. False freelancers or part-time workers are seeing how they lack protection that guarantees them an income before the stoppage of their activity. For this reason, the BBVA Pension Institute considers that “new public policies should be created to address the coverage of these periods of inactivity, avoiding the loss of current income and the right to receive future retirement income.” Among his proposals is the so-called Austrian backpack combined with “a kind of individual account in which all kinds of worker life cycle savings are combined with other types of contributions to pension schemes,” he explains.

Among all these alerts, experts see light in one of the consequences that this confinement has had: the accelerated adaptation to telework. They believe that the efforts made by companies to adapt their systems to this model will be able to last and “boost lost productivity” in many companies and sectors. They will also allow a better reconciliation of family and work life as well as a possible prolongation of work life that will benefit the pension system.

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Video gives an insight into the combat system


NIS America added a new video Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen , which details the combat system of the tactical role-playing game that will be released on May 29, 2020 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita:
                                                Latest current video: Game scene trailer

Game description of the manufacturer: “In Prelude to the Fallen the story is told of a man who wakes up without memories and is taken in by a tribe of warm settlers. Little by little he becomes one of you and is given the name ‘Hakuoro’. When the neighboring villages attack the village, Hakuoro against the attackers and begins an unforgettable adventure. “

The key elements are:

  • An epic story: about love, war and fate
  • Mythical heroes: A story about the most diverse heroes, whose fate seems to be interwoven.
  • The Art of War: Victory in battle can only be achieved with carefully selected tactics, harnessing the elements and the heroes’ unique abilities.

Screenshot – Utawarerumono: Prelude to the Fallen (PS4)

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