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How to hide radio stations in GTA Online

GTA Online players now have the ability to hide radio stations when they are playing to make sure they are only listening to what they want.

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Hide GTA Online Radio Stations

The Los Santos Tuners update brought plenty of exciting changes to the world of GTA Online, with one of the less spectacular but fan-favorite being the ability to hide radio stations to make sure you only hear the ones you want to listen to when playing.

There is no denying that one of the enjoyable things players find when playing GTA Online is listening to the radio stations the game has to offer when they are playing, as they can be heard playing popular hits from the real world.

However, not everyone is a fan of every radio station that GTA Online offers, so the Los Santos Tuners update adds a way for players to hide GTA Online radio stations to make sure they only listen to what they want to a well-received feature addition.

With this in mind, here is how to hide GTA Online radio stations to make your own playlist.

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How to hide GTA Online radio stations

Players can hide GTA Online radio stations by going to their inventory screen. Once they have gone to their inventory screen, they can hide a station by going to the interaction menu.

You will then have a button or key prompt that will allow you to hide the station and not hear it until you unhide it, allowing you to customize their radio playlist to a certain degree.

This may not be a major highlight addition in the Los Santos Tuners update compared to all of the new cars that are now available for players to add to their collections.

It is still the arrival of a long-overdue feature that will undoubtedly be used by plenty of community members going forward in their time spent playing the high-profile Rockstar games title.

For more GTA, check out how to drift your cars in the game or how a recent GTA 6 leak has reportedly shown off a Vice City theme park, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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How to unlock Survival mode in GTA Online

GTA Online has a huge amount of modes and content to enjoy besides running about Los Santos, here’s how you can unlock the survival mode.

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For those who are still heavily invested in GTA V’s Online, or maybe just getting started in Los Santos, here is how you can unlock the survival mode.

As well as the new Los Santos Tuners update, there are many fun things to do in GTA Online, from Stunt Races to just having fun with friends free-roaming around Los Santos.

One mode that players may not have tried yet is the Survival Mode, which sees players defending locations against waves of enemy NPCs. Here is how you can unlock the mode.

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How to unlock Survival mode in GTA Online

Survival is a game mode in Grand Theft Auto Online. Players will unlock this particular mode at level 15 when Ron notifies the player about them. The player must then participate in the Industrial Plant survival as a tutorial event to continue online progress.

With this in mind, it will not take players too long to unlock the Survival mode in GTA Online if they take a bit of dedicated time to unlock this exciting game mode the next time they are playing.

Survival is marked as a blue shield with a cross in the middle on your map, and up to four players can play a single Survival match.

Players will find that they must survive a total of 10 waves of attacking NPCs to complete a GTA Online Survival mission, so it will definitely require players to have their best weapons ready to guarantee a successful completing of this adrenaline-fueled game mode.

There will be a 20 second period between each wave where players will have the opportunity to acquire any pickups and prepare for the next wave of attacking enemies, so be sure to take full advantage of this break in action if you want to survive everything one of the GTA Online Survival missions will throw at you and your teammates.

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There is no doubt that players who unlock the Survival mode in GTA Online will have new opportunities for a treasure trove of chaotic fun with their friends.

For more on Rockstar Games‘ GTA franchise, check out the latest rumors of a possible ban wave coming to GTA Online in July 2021, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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Is a GTA Online ban wave coming in July 2021?

Reports of a potential GTA Online ban wave coming in July 2021 has become a major point of discussion in the popular game’s community recently.

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GTA Online Ban Wave July 2021

One of the major topics currently taking the spotlight in the world of GTA Online is a potential ban wave that may be taking place in July 2021.

There has been plenty of excitement in the GTA Online community recently with the release of the Los Santos Tuners update, which brought a whole new set of cars and other exciting pieces of content for players to enjoy.

While the Los Santos Tuners update has injected plenty of excitement into the community, recent reports of a massive GTA Online ban wave happening in July 2021 have plenty of players curious about whether or not it will happen and what players it could be potentially targeting.

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GTA Online Ban Wave July 2021

According to a report by DualSHOCKERS, rumors of a GTA Online ban wave happening in July 2021 started thanks to videos circulating on TikTok.

These rumors have stated that players who utilized frozen money, save wizard, or car duplication glitch exploits will be targeted by this rumored massive wave of bans by Rockstar Games.

However, Rockstar Games has not made any official announcements regarding a potential GTA Online ban wave happening in July 2021.

There have been plenty of false rumors spread around on TikTok in the video game community, so it would not be surprising to see that the rumors of a GTA Online ban wave happening in July 2021 be confirmed to be false in the near future.

However, the exploits that these rumors have focused on do fall under what Rockstar Games has stated it will ban players for when it comes to abusing game mechanics, so it would not be unfathomable that players who have utilized these exploits could be targeted by this rumored wave of bans.

As with any piece of unconfirmed information, it is important to take this rumor of a ban wave happening in July 2021 with a grain of salt.

GTA Online Ban Wave July 2021

Still, there is no doubt that this rumor has already sparked a great deal of discussion in the community as players wait to see if it actually comes to fruition this month.

For more GTA, check out how a recent GTA 6 leak has been debunked, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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GTA 6 amusement park map leaks debunked

There are rumors that GTA 6 will take place in Vice City, but one leaker has claimed that these are fake and were started by him.

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Various rumors pointed to GTA 6 taking players back to Vice City, with a theme park being on the new map. Now, one man has taken credit for setting them up as an elaborate scam.

There is a ton of speculation regarding Rockstar’s GTA 6. While we haven’t gotten much information from the devs, various leaks have given us some indicator of things like the game’s release date.

A Vice City map ‘leaked’ two months ago, with one notable leaker even drawing concept art that supports rumors of that being the game’s setting. We then got a first look at an in-game amusement park.

However, these rumors seem to be an elaborate scam by one man.

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GTA 6 was reported to feature a theme park called Fred’s Fun World, with its map layout being leaked online. However, it seems that this was a fake by a man named ‘Tim McDowell.’

A post on Medium goes over why the recent leaks of the GTA 6 map are fake and also has a link to the YouTube video by McDowell.

“That’s right, I did this. I faked all of it,” the post reads. “Every leak regarding GTA VI on the entire internet. It was me. And I will strike again. You’ll never see me coming.”

The video itself features ‘Clubbed to Death’ by Rob Dougan playing as the “leaker” showcases the entire GTA 6 map from a new camera angle.

Many users on Reddit found the amusement park map to be very detailed, and it seemed in line with Rockstar’s usual humor. In his video, McDowell talked about this leak, mainly Fred Quincy himself.

“Dear GTA community, I have an IQ of 198,” said the leaker. “My goals are beyond your understanding. My graphic design skills are mediocre at best.”

The user then signed off after warning fans that they’d strike again, and the community would have to put up with more fake leaks. Hopefully, we’ll get some official GTA 6 content from Rockstar soon enough.

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