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New Rockstar domain drops more hints about GTA 6 in Vice City

An interesting domain name has been found which could indirectly hint at the return of Vice City in Grand Theft Auto 6.

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Fresh developments in the hunt for GTA 6 information have led to the discovery of a recently updated Take-Two Interactive website. It mentions Miami as a “drug capital,” and this furthers the belief that GTA 6 will be set in Vice City.

Official information on Grand Theft Auto 6 is as rare as a Loch Ness monster sighting. Despite the 24/7 appeal for anything concrete on the next installment of Rockstar’s premiere video game series, there is nothing.

We’ve seen a staggering amount of rumors and theories from imminent GTA 6 trailers, to mysterious websites appearing, to suggestions that GTA 6 won’t be set in the 80s as predicted after all.

However, the latest nugget of potential comes directly from Take-Two Interactive, Rockstar’s parent company, as they have updated one of their domain names very recently.

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The owners of Rockstar have remained tight-lipped about the whereabouts of GTA 6 but did address the sought-after game in a statement not too long ago.

Now, thanks to one investigative GTA Twitter page, we may know a bit more with regards to the official direction that GTA 6 is heading.

The message contains a mention to a Take-Two domain name entitled “rockstarcartel.com,” evidence that it was updated on “2021-04-12,” and reference to Miami being the “Drug Capital of the World.”

Even more curious is that this is clearly the original site that was registered for GTA: Vice City back in 2002, and it’s still being updated now.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that this cannot be a coincidence, especially with rumors endlessly swirling about GTA 6 returning to the neon paradise of Vice City.

Similar to all other GTA 6 rumors that have been discussed, take these details with trepidation and don’t be disappointed if this doesn’t come to fruition.

On the other hand, it may not be too much longer until we know more as Take-Two has confirmed their appearance at the upcoming E3 Digital Event set to take place in June 2021. Could new Rockstar games be announced at E3?

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How to complete Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance event challenges: All Terminator-themed rewards

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance gives players plenty of Terminator-themed rewards to unlock, here’s how to earn them in Season 4 Reloaded.

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Warzone players can take part in the Terminator-themed Titanium Trials Endurance, a new mode that puts all of your skills to the test. There are free rewards such as Terminator-themed camos to earn, so here are all of the challenges and rewards.

Warzone Season 4 Reloaded wraps up soon, with Season 5 set to go live on August 24. On top of the Vargo-S Assault Rifle and weapon balancing changes, it brought a brand-new Terminator crossover to CoD’s battle royale.

Not only can players get their hands on T-800 and T-1000 skins from Terminator 2, but the brand-new Titanium Trials Endurance mode went live on August 11. This playlist dials up the difficulty with a higher TTK and health regeneration, making it a high-skill mode not for the fainthearted.

What makes the challenge worthwhile, however, is the boatload of free rewards that can be unlocked just by playing. Here are all of the challenges and rewards in Warzone Titanium Trials.

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance challenges & rewards

There are 13 rewards in total that can be unlocked by anyone playing Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance such as Calling Cards, Double XP Tokens, and Ultra Weapon Camos.

Check out all of the rewards in Titanium Trials Endurance, and how to earn them, below:

Titanium Trials Endurance ChallengeTitanium Trials Endurance Rewards
Complete 1 execution in Titanium TrialsBattle Pass 2XP Token
Revive 10 Players in Titanium TrialsWeapon 2XP Token
Win a Gulag 5 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “Titanium Chrome” Vanguard Weapon Camo
Achieve a Top 10 finish in Titanium TrialsUncommon “I’ll Be Back” Progression Calling Card #1
Win 1 time in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #2
Win 2 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #3
Win 3 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #4
Win 4 times in Titanium TrialsBattle Pass Tier Skip
Complete all Titanium Trials challengesUltra “Liquid Metal” Vanguard Weapon Camo (Animated)
Win 5 times in Titanium TrialsLegendary “I’ll Be Back” Player Title.
Win 10 times in Titanium Trials.Legendary “Hasta La Vista, Baby” Player Title.
Win 15 times in Titanium Trials.Ultra “The Terminator” Progression Calling Card #5 (Animated)
Win 20 times in Titanium Trials.Ultra “Skynet” Vanguard Weapon Camo

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance T-800 and T-1000 challenges & rewards

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance challenge screen

In addition to the rewards listed above, players who have purchased either the T-800 or T-1000 Operator skins can earn bonus rewards by keeping them equipped when playing the mode.

Check out these extra rewards and challenges below:

Titanium Trials Endurance ChallengeTitanium Trials Endurance Rewards
Win a Titanium Trials victory while dressed as the T-800 Operator.Legendary “Thumbs Up” Animated Calling Card.
Win a Titanium Trials victory while dressed as the T-1000 Operator.Legendary “Cyberdyne Systems” Calling Card.
Killing a Terminator Operator, while dressed as a Terminator Operator.Legendary “Terminated” Calling Card.

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance will be live until the end of Season 4, and then Season 5 kicks off, reportedly bringing an Umbrella Academy crossover and classic CoD villains.

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Apex Legends players call for devs to make Firing Range change after Season 14 update

Apex Legends players are calling for the devs to fix the Firing Range after the Season 14 update changed the way players die.

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Apex Legends players have noticed a difference in the Firing Range after the Season 14 update, and now they are calling for the devs to make a change.

Apex Legends players are still getting used to the changes in Season 14, as there have been both drastic updates to existing content and new introductions such as Vantage and the Laser Sight attachment.

With that said, players have already found great ways to utilize Vantage and also discovered how strong character buffs are, including Mad Maggie and Newcastle‘s.

However, like any new update, Season 14 has brought some pretty crazy glitches, and players have also found an unwanted change in the Firing Range that they’re now calling for the devs to revert.

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Players often use the Firing Range to practice and 1v1 others, but the removal of the Self-Revive has caused these interactions to be much slower and less enjoyable.

Prior to the Self-Revive’s removal, players would 1v1 with a Gold Knockdown Shield so that if they went down, they could easily get back up or switch characters to gain health and retain their loadout.

This prevented the effort of having to respawn and collect your loadout again, allowing players to 1v1 efficiently. Unfortunately, as Skeptation has highlighted, the removal of Self-Revive means this is no longer possible.

Now, Skeptation and others who agree in the comments are calling for the devs to “change this so players get downed not full killed with friendly fire on.”

While it’s not a major issue, it is clearly something the fans want and may have actually been something that the devs didn’t consider when they took the Self-Revive out of the game.

We’ll have to wait and see what happens, but for now, check out how Apex Legends has reached new heights in Season 14.

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FIFA 23: Release date, crossplay, new features, more

FIFA 23 is right around the corner, and EA have prepared a ton of new content for players to enjoy so here’s everything you need to know.

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FIFA 23 release date is fast approaching, and football fans are eager to discover what EA has in store for them this year. Here’s everything you need to know about FIFA 23.

FIFA 23 will be EA Sports’ final football game with the FIFA branding as they get set to introduce EA Sports FC to the world next year.

Therefore, expectations for FIFA 23 are high and after EA showcased the new features and additions that await players across Career Mode, Ultimate Team, and Pro Clubs, there’s clearly a look to look forward to.

We’ll break down every new feature coming to FIFA 23 as well as the official release date, to best prepare you for an expansive final chapter.

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Will FIFA 23 have crossplay?

FIFA 23 will have a crossplay feature for certain modes at launch. Crossplay in FIFA 23 will be limited to 1vs1 modes when the game releases. This will mainly impact Ultimate Team gameplay as players on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC will face each other. Meanwhile, PS4 and Xbox One users will also match up against each other

This also means that a massive amount of players will be sharing one FUT market in FIFA. To find out more about changes to the market, you can read our article explaining how the Ultimate Team market will function in FIFA 23.

Unfortunately, EA confirmed that there would be no crossplay feature for the Pro Clubs mode. This infuriated players, and after a ton of backlash from the FIFA community, EA hinted that the feature could make its way to Pro Clubs post-launch.

FIFA 23 Ultimate Team new features

FIFA 23 Ultimate Team fans are in for some major changes. For starters, position modifiers as we know them will be removed from the game.

Instead, players will have secondary positions that mirror their real-life position changes. For example, Kyler Walker would be able to operate on full chemistry at RB or CB.

FIFA 23 Ultimate Team squad chemistry

Another major change set to hit the Ultimate Team mode is FIFA 23’s brand-new chemistry system. Chemistry lines across your squad are a thing of the past in FIFA 23. You’ll know have more freedom to build your squad with a less restrictive chemistry system.

This system will factor in nations, leagues, and clubs across the entire pitch in order to give players a chemistry rating between 0-3. Proximity is no longer a factor as Andrew Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold produce chemistry from RB to LB.

Check out our guide on Ultimate Team’s new game mode called FUT Moments for a look at what to expect in FIFA 23.

FIFA 23 World Cup modes

The World Cup mode added to FIFA 18 was a massive hit among players, and the community has been urging EA to revisit the feature for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

While we currently don’t know how many game modes will feature World Cup content, EA did confirm that there will be some involvement via the Ultimate Team mode.

It’s understood that both the men’s and women’s versions of the World Cup will be celebrated in FIFA 23, but we’ll have to wait and see what they have in store for players.

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Given that the men’s tournament takes place in the winter of 2022 this time around, and the women’s edition is in the summer of 2023, EA would have plenty of time to give both footballing festivals the proper treatment.

FIFA 23 new & removed clubs

Due to licensing agreements, it’s not unusual to see clubs and leagues join and depart the FIFA franchise with every new release. Lately, certain Serie A licenses have been difficult to come by with notable clubs Juventus, Lazio, and Atalanta missing from the game.

EA confirmed that Juventus will be returning to FIFA this year in full capacity, with Claudio Marchisio leading the charge as a FUT Hero item available to Ultimate Team players.

While one partnership seems to be reignited, another one is set to end in FIFA 23 as reports claim that the J-League will be removed from the game. If reports are true, this would mark the end of a 6-year partnership between the Japanese League and EA Sports.

Mbappe with FIFA 23 and J-League logo

With a ton of different licenses to take note of, it could be difficult to keep track of which teams, leagues, and stadiums will be involved in FIFA 23, but we’ve made a guide to help you out.

FIFA 23 gameplay changes

In addition to changes to the Pro Clubs and Career Mode offerings in FIFA 23, EA were also excited to announce several gameplay changes. These changes are meant to freshen up the way the game feels on the pitch.

For starters, set pieces have undergone an overhaul in FIFA 23, with penalties receiving a simplified mechanic. Set pieces also include free kicks and corners, which you’ll have to learn how to master once more this year.

One of the most entertaining ways to flex your FIFA prowess is through skill moves, and in FIFA 23 there will be more to master than ever before. You can check out our guide to discover all of the gameplay changes being introduced in FIFA 23.


For more on the FIFA series, be sure to check out our guide on how to pre-order FIFA 23 with editions available, prices, & bonuses.

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