A new easter egg has been discovered in GTA Online after the Cayo Perico update, which has led to an increasing number of rumors that the long-awaited Grand Theft Auto 6 will be set in Vice City.
The Cayo Perico heist update has brought a plethora of new content such as weapons, vehicles, missions and even a hip new nightclub. If you explore Grand Theft Auto V’s first-ever map expansion then you’ll also find a few hidden secrets.
Players received a free jacket for participating in the 100 Billion Heist Challenge in November. This jacket features an easter egg which might be a hint that GTA 6 will take us back to Vice City.
GTA 6 might be set in Vice City
It’s been a long-running rumor that the next installment in Rockstar’s biggest franchise would be set in Vice City. Reddit user Fabry06 took a close look at the “Panther Varsity” jacket and found a reference that fuels this speculation.
The jacket’s front features a purple diamond and the number four. Looking at the back shows a picture of a panther and the “fake Latin” phrase “Hostes Ad Pulverem Ferire” which translates to “Pulverize the enemy.”
If you’ve played GTA Vice City and Vice City Stories, then you might recognize this text, as it could also be found engraved in the exterior of a building that resembles a courthouse in downtown Vice City. It was also found in San Andreas where it was used as a slogan for the Starballs Demolition.
“It might probably be just a reference to El Rubio panther and its enemies or something but at the end it still is a reference to Vice City,” said Fabry06. “Not saying they are directly hinting at GTA VI on Vice City or something but we’ve had some references in recent updates.”
Many other players agreed that this is most likely Rockstar dropping hints at the potential setting for GTA 6. This has credibility when you consider that there have been a few other references to Vice City in the Cayo Perico heist.
Gustavo’s outfit closely resembles the one worn by Gonzalez in both Vice City games. The orange shirt with a floral pattern is a clear nod to the 2002 title, and this coupled with the Latin text on the jacket only makes the connection seem more likely.
“Great find. It could just be a simple reference but why reference Vice City of all places? Could be nothing, but I really feel like rockstar are teasing us here,” one player noted.
“At this point I am 100% convinced gta 6 takes place in vice city. It’s just a matter of what time period(s) and if the game will have another South American or American city.”
“Rockstar has been teasing VI this entire update going to a South American island, the coordinates on the first trailer that goes to that road in Virginia, all the little Vice City references like this one,” another player added.
Keep in mind that these are still just rumors, and nothing has been officially confirmed by Rockstar so far. There has been speculation that the studio has prioritized GTA 6 as its sole focus, so hopefully, we’ll hear something soon. Once we do, we’ll be sure to update you.
Image Credits: u/Fabry06 / Rockstar Games
FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs guide: Names, value and, contents
There’s a whole of different packs to open in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team, so here’s our guide on each ones value and contents.
FIFA 22 Ultimate Team is stuffed full of different packs to open in the hope of bagging a Ronaldo or Messi, but it can be hard to know which pack is which. Here’s our full guide of every FUT pack’s name, value, and contents.
Whether you’re playing Squad Battles or FUT Champs, earning packs is the way to improve your squad and earn valuable coins.
But so many packs to be earned, it’s not always clear what’s inside the rewards you are working towards. Here’s our complete guide on every FIFA 22 pack’s name, value, and contents.
Table of contents
FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs
FUT 22 bronze packs
The cheapest packs in FIFA 22 Ultimate Team are the packs containing bronze items, with players up to 64 rated.
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While these may seem like they have little value, EA included them as a great way to make a small, gradual profit.
Here’s what’s inside each bronze, as well as their values:
- Bronze Pack (400)
- 12 items, 1 rare
- Premium Bronze Pack (750)
- 12 items, 3 rares
FUT 22 silver packs
Next up are packs featuring silver items. Players found in these packs can be rated anywhere up to 74.
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If you have some coins to spare, opening these might offer up an obscure player who becomes important for an SBC later in the year.
Find every silver pack and its value below:
- Silver Pack (2,500)
- 12 items, 1 rare
- Premium Silver Pack (3,750)
- 12 items, 3 rares
FUT 22 gold packs
These are the standard FUT packs containing items that will be invaluable in the early stages of Ultimate Team but still have the chance to produce walkouts.
Although they become less appealing as the year goes on, they’re a cheap way of securing rare Chemistry Styles and Manager Leagues.
Here’s every standard gold pack you can find on the FUT store:
- Gold pack (5,000)
- 12 items, 1 rare
- Premium Gold Pack (7,500)
- 12 items, 3 rare
FUT 22 promo packs
Some more valuable FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs land on the store regularly during promotional events or serve as rewards to SBCs.
These often contain far more rare gold players than the standard lineup and have higher probabilities of pricing walkouts or special cards.
Here’s every promo pack that could show up on the FUT store:
- Gold 13 Pack (5,000)
- 13 items, 1 rare
- Jumbo Gold Pack (12,500)
- 24 items, 3 rare
- Gold Player Pack (12,500)
- 12 players, 1 rare
- Premium Electrum Players Pack (12,500)
- 6 gold players, 6 silver players, 3 rares
- Jumbo Premium Gold Pack (15,000)
- 24 items, 7 rares
- Prime Electrum Players Pack (20,000)
- 6 gold players, 6 silver players, 6 rares
- Premium Gold Players Pack (25,000)
- 12 gold players, 3 rares
- Rare Gold Pack (25,000)
- 12 items, 12 rares
- Gold Upgrade Pack (30,000)
- 12 gold players, no rares
- Rare Electrum Players Pack (30,000)
- 6 gold players, 6 silver, 12 rares
- Mega Pack (35,000)
- 30 items, 18 rares
- Prime Gold Players Pack (45,000)
- 12 players, 6 rares
- Jumbo Premium Gold Players Pack (50,000)
- 24 players, 7 rares
- Rare Players Pack (50,000)
- 12 gold players, 12 rares
- Rare Mega Pack (55,000)
- 30 gold items, 30 rares
- Jumbo Rare Players Pack (100,000)
- 24 gold players, 24 rares
- Ultimate Pack (125,000)
- 30 gold players, 30 rares
FUT 22 reward packs
Certain FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs never make their way onto the FUT store and can only be earned by completing SBCs or objectives.
These range in terms of quality, but they have no assigned coin value because they cannot be bought.
Here is every other valuable pack that can be earned on FIFA 22 Ultimate Team:
- Small Mixed Player Pack
- 2 gold players, 2 silver players, 2 bronze players, 1 rare
- Small Electrum Players Pack
- 3 gold players, 3 silver players, 1 rares
- Mixed Players Pack
- 4 gold players, silver players, 4 bronze players, 1 rare
- Small Gold Players Pack
- 6 players, 1 rare
- Small Prime Mixed Players Pack
- 2 gold players, 2 silver players, 2 bronze players, 3 rares
- Small Prime Electrum Players Pack
- 3 gold players, 3 silver players, 3 rares
- Small Rare Mixed Players Pack
- 2 gold players, 2 silver players, 2 bronze players, 6 rares
- Rare Mixed Players Pack
- 4 gold players, 4 silver players, 4 bronze players, 12 rares
- Small Rare Electrum Players Pack
- 3 gold players, 3 silver players, 6 rares
- Small Rare Gold Players Pack
- 6 players, 6 rares
- Jumbo Premium Gold 26 Pack
- 26 players, 7 rares
- Electrum Players Pack
- 6 gold players, 6 silver players, 1 rare
- Prime Mixed Players Pack
- 4 gold, 4 silver, 4 bronze players, 6 rares
That was our guide on all of the FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs. EA will likely add more FIFA 22 Ultimate Team packs throughout the year, so be sure to check back here for the latest updates.
Image credits: EA
Who is the most popular Apex Legends character? Season 10 pick rates
Apex Legends Season 10 is well into its stride, but who has dominated the pick rates for Season 10 of Respawn’s battle royale?
Season 10 now has many Apex Legends characters in, arguably, its biggest-ever season. But who has the top Season 10 pick rates in Respawn Entertainment’s battle royale shooter?
Apex Legends hit the ground running when it launched with eight different characters to choose from in its rival battle royale offering. The game suffered a notable lull when Call of Duty: Warzone launched, but with many players jumping ship to Respawn’s game, Apex Legends Season 10 is quite possibly the biggest ever!
There are now a whopping 18 different Legends to choose from, giving players a headache before each game. The newest one is Seer, and after a dominating start to Season 10, the 1.78 update saw him receive a significant nerf. This completely changed the game’s pick rates and made the Season 10 meta open again.
Between the Arenas mode and Ranked Leagues to compete in, thousands of matches have already been logged in Season 10, and we will break down and find the Legends with the highest pick rates in Season 10.
Apex Legends Season 10 pick rate ranked list
This is our complete list of every character pick in Apex Legends, and we’ve ranked them in order to let you know which are favored more.
Here is every Apex Legends pick rate in Season 10 ranked, as of October 15, 2021, according to Apex Legends Status:
- Octane – 14.2%
- Wraith – 11.6%
- Bloodhound – 11.3%
- Pathfinder – 9.1%
- Lifeline – 7.1%
- Valkyrie – 6.3%
- Bangalore – 4.9%
- Caustic – 4.7%
- Horizon – 4.6%
- Loba – 4.3%
- Fuse – 3.5%
- Seer – 3.4%
- Gibraltar – 3.4%
- Mirage – 3.2%
- Revenant – 3%
- Rampart – 2.2%
- Wattson – 1.7%
- Crypto – 1.5%
Most picked legends in Apex Legends Season 10
5. Lifeline – 7.1%
Just clocking in at the number five spot is Lifeline. Everyone’s favorite healer takes up 7.1% of the Apex Legends’ picks, and for good reason too.
One of the big things that separates Apex Legends from other battle royale games is its lenience towards reviving – specifically Knockdown Shields. It provides lots of time to revive teammates and Lifeline can take advantage of this.
Her Drone of Compassion (or D.O.C) abilities can heal players over time and even revive them without needing Lifeline to do it. Her Care Package Ultimate is a bit weak, but overall, she is a great addition to any team.
4. Pathfinder – 9.1%
Pathfinder has slowly climbed his way up the rankings and gain many fans to become a part of Apex Legends’ top five picks at 9.1% and counting.
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As a Recon class, Pathfinder simply excels in movements and traversing the game’s various maps. His Grappling Hook and Zipline Gun are simply invaluable assets that will help any team in a pinch – either because of the circle or a third-party situation.
3. Bloodhound – 11.3%
Again, with the influx of new Apex Legends players, Bloodhound is a great character to use for new players in Season 10.
With nearly a 12% pick rate at the beginning of Season 9, Bloodhound has dipped a bit to 11.3% but still remains the third-most picked Legend. Their pick rate is rising slowly thanks to the alterations to Seer, meaning that Bloodhound is the top Recon class to use in Apex Legends.
Their tracking tools and skills are incredible, and the fleet of foot provided by their Beast of the Hunt Ultimate is priceless. His 2nd place ranking has been helped largely by the Bloodhound Chronicle event going on at the moment.
2. Wraith – 11.6%
Another starting legend, Wraith possessed a very high pick rate of nearly 14% during Season 9 and is still currently well-selected backed at 11.6%.
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Wraith’s stand-out features are her ability to get out of trouble very quickly – teammates included. Her abilities allow her to sense danger, become temporarily invulnerable, and create portals to escape predicaments. It’s easy to see why Wraith continues to be an absolute fan-favorite in Apex Legends Season 10.
1. Octane – 14.2%
The king is back on his throne as the game’s number one pick. Although his pick rate isn’t quite in the 20% region like in Season 9, his still undisputedly the primary selection, and rising, at 14.2%.
Aside from his amusing quips, he is the perfect balance of offense and defense. Despite being regarded as an offensive Legend, Octane can greatly increase his sprint speed which is useful for both attack and running away. But most Octane users thrive on his Launch Pad Ultimate which can send him, and friendly players, high up into the air.
You can use this to sneak attack players, reach high-up spots for beacons, escape battles, or use it as a way to get back into the playing zone.
That covers all the picks in Apex Legends Season 10. As always, buffs and nerfs will come and go throughout the season, affecting the game’s meta, and subsequently, Legend pick rates.
We’ll be sure to keep this updated regularly so you can stay on top of the in picks, and don’t forget to check out our tier list of every Apex Legends weapon. Also, read about the potential incomings in Apex Legends Season 11.
Image Credit: Respawn Entertainment
Apex Legends devs respond to frustrating “oversight” with Big Maude shop
The Apex Legends developers have responded to fan complaints about an oversight in the shop at the Big Maude POI.
Apex Legends players noticed a particularly frustrating oversight from the Vend-it machines in the new Big Maude POI in Season 10, and Respawn has responded to their complaints.
While these machines can be pretty helpful, players have noticed that the weapons they get from them can be stolen by teammates, leaving the player empty-handed after spending their Crafted Materials.
Now, Respawn has addressed this issue.
Reddit user dstay10 posted about this problem in the Apex Legends subreddit. The clip they posted showcased their teammate stealing the fully-modded R-99 that they crafted in one of Big Maude’s Shop machines.
“The replicator delay should work at Big Maude too,” they said. This led to many responses from other users who consider this to be a huge omission by the developers since it shouldn’t be possible for your teammates to steal your crafted weapons.
This problem hasn’t escaped the developers’ attention. After this thread went up, Respawn’s Live Technical Designer, who goes by ‘exgeniar,’ reassured fans that they would be looking into the problem.
“This feels like an oversight, I’ll bring it up to the design team,” exgeniar said.
The machines at Big Maude’s shop are similar to the in-game Replicators, but those don’t have the problem of players being able to steal their teammate’s weapons. Hopefully, Respawn will ensure that the Vend-It machines work just as smoothly.
While we don’t know when the fix will come precisely, it’s reassuring to know that the developers are at least aware of the problem and are investigating it. Hopefully, the fix will come in the next update patch.
Image credits: Respawn Entertainment
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