RyanDerPinguin wrote:?Today 17:41
But that’s not how the news reads. And then the headline wouldn’t fit grammatically either. Should then be more apparent image material that would have appeared there.
No, you’re exaggerating in the right direction. As long as you know that this is not the real first image material from CoD 2023, the heading would be correct.
Apparently the first footage has appeared, but in truth the Battlefield was three … a thousand.
It seems that the first footage has appeared, but in reality it was Photoshop.
Apparently the first image material appeared, but in truth someone made a mistake and posted CoD MW 2 screenshots.
Apparently, the first image material appeared, but in truth there weren’t even any images, just a post on Reddit with a 404 url.
I read the news again with calmness and found: One should neither apparently nor apparently say, but rather: allegedly.
Because as long as you don’t know whether these are pictures from CoD 2023, you shouldn’t commit yourself what you apparently and apparently do with.