The arrival of the Cayo Perico Heist has brought a plethora of new GTA Online content. One new quest has you activate 10 antennas across the map for an extremely large cash prize, and here’s where you can find them.
Grand Theft Auto Online’s most anticipated event is finally here. The Cayo Perico Heist is the first-ever map expansion in the world of GTA V, and Rockstar Games also added a plethora of brand new content to the game. There are new weapons, vehicles, and missions available for you.
One side mission will have you explore the main map in search of 10 antennas for a new radio station called Still Slipping Los Santos. These towers are located all across the city, and you will need to activate each one to get a nice bonus. Doing so will also reward you with $250,000 of in-game cash.
Where to find the Still Slipping antennas
The tricky part of this mission is reaching the antennas. Many of them are spread out over the GTA V map, so you’ll be traveling a lot. That means you need to pick a vehicle that’s built for speed, or try approaching these from the sky in a helicopter or jet.
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The first thing you need to do is visit Mirror Park. There is a spot on the map marked by a yellow “J”, and going there will open up one of the new radio stations. This will also unlock the Still Slipping antennas side quest.
You now need to find and activate all 10 of the radio antennas. You can do this in any order that you like, so you should start by visiting the ones that are closest to you. Here are all the antenna locations in GTA Online:
- Location 1: On top of the building next to the beach and tattoo parlor on the left side of the map, near San Andreas/Goma St.
- Location 2: Northwest side of the city – on top of the building on the hillside in Pacific Bluffs.
- Location 3: Bottom right of the map near the Ammu-Nation with Range at Cypress Flats/Popular St.
- Location 4: On top of the skyscraper near the North-side of the city in-between the Los Santos Customs, the Barber Shop, and the Ponsonbys in Burton.
- Location 5: In Sandy Shores.
- Location 6: Near the Suburban in Grand Senora Desert.
- Location 7: Near a small group of buildings on Vinewood Hills.
- Location 8: Near the highway on the South-side of Grapeseed.
- Location 9: On the gondola station in Mount Chiliad.
- Location 10: On the building next to the Ammu-Nation in Paleto Bay.
You can see these below on a map from Reddit user relega. As we mentioned before, many of these can be a bit difficult to reach since some of them are located on top of buildings. You’ll have to be careful not to fall off while climbing up.
If you want to avoid accidentally revisiting the same antennas that you’ve already been to, then check if the towers are beeping. If they aren’t, then you’ve already activated them and should head towards another one.
Activating each antenna will give you a ton of XP. There is also an additional prize of $250,000, but you’ll need to unlock all of the towers in order to earn the full cash bonus. The quest is fairly easy to complete since there’s no time limit or sequence to follow.
It’s worth traveling across Los Santos multiple times to earn this much cash in a short amount of time. With the Cayo Perico Heist underway, there will be plenty of other new missions as well, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated about them.
Image Credits: Rockstar Games & u/relega
How to fix Apex Legends error 100 on PC, PlayStation & Xbox
The code 100 error has been plaguing Apex Legends for quite some time now, so here are the fixes for PC, PlayStation and Xbox.
The code 100 error has been a major source of annoyance in Apex Legends for a while now on PC, PlayStation & Xbox. Luckily, we’ve got everything you need to know about bypassing it.
Apex Legends players have seen their share of glitches and errors over the past couple of years. The code 100 Error has been plaguing the battle royale since early 2020, as fans get a pop-up message that says: “Unable to complete EA account sign in.“
What’s worse is that EA have yet to acknowledge this problem, let alone announce a fix for it. That’s why Apex players have taken matters into their own hands, so here’s how you can fix this error on each platform.
How to fix Apex Legends code 100 Error on PC
There is a way for you to fix the code 100 Error if you’re a PC user, which revolves around altering your PC’s Internet settings. However, it involves more work and is much slower than the methods you would use on consoles.
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Here’s how you can bypass the error on PC:
- Press the Win + R keys to open up the command box
- When it opens, type in ncpa.cpl
- When Network Connections appears, right-click your internet connection
- Select properties, and find Internet Protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
- Select the ‘properties’ menu, which is at the bottom right-hand side of the box
- Select ‘Use the following DNS server addresses’ and type in:
- Preferred DNS server: 126.96.36.199
- Alternate DNS server: 188.8.131.52
- Select OK in the bottom right-hand corner, and then restart your PC to allow the changes to take place.
If you follow these instructions carefully, then you will successfully fix the Apex Legends code 100 Error on your PC.
How to fix Apex Legends code 100 Error on PS4 & PS5
The fix on consoles is temporary but it’s much faster than the one for PC, and players have found it successful. It involves you changing your DNS [Domain Name System] server to a public DNS service with its own numbered code.
You can bypass the error on your PS5 by following these steps:
- Go to Settings > Network > Set Up Internet Connection
- Pick the connection that you use (WiFi or LAN Cable)
- Select ‘custom’ and enter the following settings:
- IP Address Settings: Automatic
- DHCP Host Name: Do Not Specify
- DNS Settings: Manual
- Primary DNS: 184.108.40.206
- Secondary DNS: 220.127.116.11
- MTU Settings: Automatic
- Proxy Server: Do Not Use
Once you save these settings, you will have fixed the error. You will have to close the Apex Legends application, and start it up again in order to apply the changes to the game.
How to fix Apex Legends code 100 Error on Xbox One & Series X/S
The fix on the Xbox One and Series X/S is by far the easiest, and quickest method that you can apply. It functions similar to the one for the PS5, but has less steps involved in the overall process. You’ll just need to change some things in your network settings.
Here’s what you need to do:
- Go to Settings – Network, Advanced Settings, DNS Settings
- Change DNS settings to the following:
- Primary DNS: 18.104.22.168
- Secondary DNS: 22.214.171.124
- Save settings and return to Apex Legends
As with the PS5, you will have to restart the game to apply these updated settings to Apex Legends. Once that’s done, you’ll be able to run the battle royale without having to worry about the message popping up again.
So, there you have it, that’s sums up how you can fix the Code 100 Error across all platforms. Now you will be able play Apex Legends without having to worry about having your match interrupted.
Hopefully, EA will take notice of this issue and will implement a permanent fix on old-gen and next-gen consoles, as well as PC. If this happens, then we’ll be sure to update you.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment / EA
The best & worst Halo games, ranked
We ranked all of the main Halo games from worst to best. Here’s our takes on which Halo games are worth your time.
Here’s all of the best and worst Halo games ranked. This will be all of the main titles, so spinoff games like Halo Wars and Spartan Assault will be omitted.
With the release of Halo Infinite upon us, we thought we’d rank all of the Halo games from worst to best, so you know which games you should be playing if you’re a prospective player looking to get into the franchise, or a returning fan looking to experience the best games.
For the premiere gaming experiences, we recommend playing older Halo games on the Master Chief Collection on PC or Xbox One. You can always play the games on legacy Xbox 360 hardware, but the MCC is the best of both worlds, giving players the opportunity to change between remastered and old graphics on the fly for the first two games.
Games like Halo 3 and 4 will only give you the classic experience on Xbox 360, but playing on PC or Xbox One will give players a more high definition and smooth experience.
#7 – Halo 4
For the worst on the list, we went with Halo 4. This game was highly hyped, and upon release didn’t feel anything like a proper Halo game. The campaign was a bit lackluster, and the iconic multiplayer was revamped to play more like a Call of Duty title.
The custom loadouts and Spartan abilities were highly debated among the community, making Halo a much more casual game overall. While on paper this may have been a good idea to onboard more players, it, unfortunately, took away the classic formula with it, which drove away some hardcore players.
The only decent part for this title is the Campaign, which does have a few memorable moments. It starts off quite slow, but picks up as time goes on.
#6 – Halo 5: Guardians
Halo 5: Guardians was a let-down to many, and offered a poor campaign experience, which came under scrutiny due to the dodgy marketing called “Hunt The Truth”. Players were led to believe there would be a huge showdown between Spartan Locke and Master Chief, which ended up as a huge disappointment. Since then, many fans have accused Microsoft of misleading marketing regarding the campaign.
While the campaign is by far the worst of the franchise, the multiplayer is better than 4. Most of the original formula is still present, rewarding players for well-placed headshots and removing loadouts. Halo 5 has drawbacks though, with spartan dashes, ground pounds, and sprint for every player, which made the game much faster when compared to previous titles. This game also introduced loot box microtransactions to the franchise, which also sparked heated debates.
#5 – Halo 3: ODST
Note: From here on out for the list, all of these games are stellar Halo titles made by Bungie. They are all great in their own ways.
Halo 3 ODST is a campaign only “DLC” of 3, that was released as a standalone game. It sets a much different tone than the other Halo games, opting for a gritty and dark open-world experience in the city of New Mombasa on Earth.
The story follows a group of ODST soldiers during the initial Covenant invasion of earth. As the main character, you’ll uncover stories of the elite soldiers who fell during the invasion and get to experience the fights and sacrifices they made while fighting for their home.
Overall, this game is a must play for any hardcore player interested in the story of the Halo franchise.
#4 – Halo: Reach
Following the success of 3 and ODST, Bungie doubled down on prequels and delivered fans Halo Reach. Players will experience the heartbreaking story of the fall of planet Reach, through the eyes of Noble squad.
The game also includes a revamped multiplayer experience, which was the start of the divide of the Halo community. Loadouts were introduced in this game, giving players the option to choose spartan abilities, which included sprint, which was never an option in previous titles. A wave-based mode called “firefight” was also introduced.
#3 – Halo 2
Halo 2 is the second chapter of Master Chief’s story, and arguably the best campaign. Take control of both the Master Chief and The Arbiter as their unique stories unfold. Play as both the hero and the enemy, and discover there’s more than just one side to the war…
As for the multiplayer, Halo 2 is the ultimate classic gameplay experience. The servers for the old Xbox system are shut down, but you can still play classic gameplay through The Master Chief Collection.
#2 – Halo: Combat Evolved
Play where it all began. Experience the game that put Bungie on the map. Halo Combat Evolved shows the legendary beginning of the Master Chief story, and the beginning of one of the most iconic franchises in gaming.
You can experience Combat Evolved on the classic Xbox, or get the remastered version on Xbox 360. Steam also offers Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary in The Master Chief Collection, where you can play the game with the updated graphics, or the classic graphics. Online servers are currently running for classic gameplay in the MCC.
#1 – Halo 3
Halo 3 is one of the most iconic games of the Xbox 360 era. Halo 3 was the first Halo released for the Xbox 360, and gave players online experiences that will last as memories for a lifetime. The campaign was masterful, putting players in the shoes of the Master Chief as he fights to finish the Covenant War.
Beautiful set pieces, an amazing story, and a bittersweet ending await all players who experience the game. Once you finish the main story (or before), you can hop into the iconic Multiplayer experience and relive one of the best multiplayer games ever released.
Image Credit: Microsoft/343 Studios/Bungie
Fortnite Baby Yoda back bling being called ‘pay-to-lose’
The Baby Yoda back bling cosmetic in Fortnite Season 5 is plagued by a bug that is causing players to become irritated.
A new Fortnite bug is causing aiming problems for players with the Baby Yoda back bling and is rendering the cosmetic useless. Now fans are Epic Games to provide a fix for this problem.
The Mandalorian headlined the Season 5 Battle Pass for Fortnite. Epic Games introduced a ton of new Mandalorian-themed cosmetics such as skins, a glider, the Razor Crest, and Beskar armor. There’s also a Baby Yoda back bling that you can equip at Level 100.
Many players have started to unlock the back bling as Season 5’s end draws near, but they’ve come to discover that it’s plagued by an extremely irritating bug that keeps them from being able to aim properly. Now, fans are demanding a fix from the developers.
New bug discovered in Fortnite’s Baby Yoda back bling
When you equip the Baby Yoda back bling it will block a good portion of the screen, and prevent you from seeing the game clearly. This happens after entering and exiting a car, which causes little Grogu to become static.
Reddit user SweggyBoi posted a clip of this bug in the official Fortnite: Battle Royale subreddit, and suggested that Epic Games either make the Child see-through when aiming, or move him more ot the left so that he doesn’t take up most of the screen.
One player added: “The view truly is awful with bulky skins and back blings. This one is super extreme though. Hope we just get some FOV settings finally so we can use more skins without having half the screen blocked.”
This post got over 10,000 upvotes at the time of writing, and other fans brought up a different problem with the back bling. The cosmetic tends to clip through walls or show around corners while you’re trying to hide from enemies.
The recent customizable superhero skin controversy led to the devs being accused of supporting “pay to win” cosmetics, and now the back bling is being called “pay to lose” due to its poor functionality in combat situations.
With Season 5 coming to an end on March 15, many Fortnite players have worked hard to get through most of the Battle Pass and unlock this cosmetic. Hopefully, we’ll see a fix for this problem before that time.
Image Credits: Epic Games / Disney
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