The Loch Ness Monster has finally been confirmed in the world, strangely in the waters of Cayo Perico. We know where the biggest monster of Scottish folklore has finally surfaced in GTA Online and can tell you how to find the Easter Egg.
Aside from one fabricated sighting in 1934, “Nessie” has forever be engrained in the myth section of human history and it’s suspected that the creature has never actually existed. That is until now.
As is to be expected in a Grand Theft Auto game, a Heist escape has been able to spring the sudden appearance of one of Earth’s greatest mysteries…in the waters of Cayo Perico.
Loch Ness Monster Easter Egg in GTA Online
There were some early rumblings that a cool Easter Egg was hidden in Rockstar’s newest expansion as a sand sculpture of the Loch Ness Monster can actually be located at the island’s beach party somewhere behind a bar. It seemed quite out of place and got people wondering if Nessie had decided it needed a vacation away from the Highlands.
Well thanks to the efforts of Reddit user FlamingBlades20, we can now officially confirm that the hulking Scottish sight is certainly one to behold.
It seems the creature can only be seen when you are attempting to “Escape Cayo Perico”. But you can find it in different spots during the final escape in The Heist. You can’t hurt the Loch Ness Monster and it’s not actually considered a living object and is more of a prop. So this means it doesn’t have fully-fledged animations or make sounds.
You’re only supposed to be able to see the creature from a distance using a camera or a Sniper Rifle scope, but due to it being a bit buggy, it’s possible that the creature won’t dive into the water immediately. So it will actually remain and allow you to get right up close to it like FlamingBlades20 does.
It’s a nice little touch that goes along with some of the series’ most famous Easter Eggs such as Bigfoot and ghosts.
Image credits: Rockstar
Apex Legends Shadow Royale: Start date, how to play, rewards & challenges
The Apex Legends LTM Shadow Royale is available for players during the Monsters Within Event. Here are all the details about the mode.
Apex Legends Shadow Royale is available during the new Halloween-themed event, Monsters Within. Here’s everything there is to know, including the start date, how to play, and challenges.
Although the Monsters Within Event dropped October 12, Apex Legends Shadow Royale has only just become available, but only for a limited time.
Many are wondering how it works, and what kind of challenges to expect for it, so here’s everything you need to know.
Apex Legends Shadow Royale start date
The Apex Legends Shadow Royale LTM will officially go live in the final week of the Monsters Within Event on October 26.
As the event ends on November 2, we expect this to be the end of the Shadow Royale LTM.
How to play Shadow Royale
Hosted by Revenant, Shadow Royale will be available to all players as an LTM. You will be able to select the mode on the lobby screen the same way you can change between Battle Royale and Arenas.
The mode is simple, players will drop into a map just like any other trios game, except when a player is eliminated, they return in “Shadow Form” to protect their squad.
In Shadow Form, players have enhanced movement capabilities similar to the Titanfall games, such as faster running, wall-running, and double jumping. When you are in Shadow Form, the goal is to try your best to protect your teammates from other enemy squads and shadows.
While you are a shadow, you only have a melee attack, so make the most of your enhanced movement speed and unlimited lives to overwhelm enemy teams. You will be eliminated from the game if all members of the squad become shadows. The last squad left alive with a living member/members will take victory in this mode.
Shadow Royale challenges
Now Shadow Royale has officially launched, players will have access to new challenges, some of which will be based around the LTM, and a new Reward Tracker that features a Loba skin and Charm.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
Cold War October 26 update patch notes: Battle Axe hit registry fix, playlist update, more
Treyarch Studios has rolled out the Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes, and we have all of the details covered for you.
The Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes have been officially revealed by Treyarch Studios, and they include some major changes and fixes for the first-person shooter.
However, Treyarch Studios is still working on making Black Ops Cold War as good as it can be which is why the focus of the Cold War October 26 update patch notes was on fixing some major issues players have been facing recently.
You can find the Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes and everything they are changing below:
Black Ops Cold War October 26 update patch notes
THE HAUNTING CONTINUES
There’s only one week left in The Haunting limited-time event! Nuketown Halloween, Scream Deathmatch, Infected, and Hallows’ Eve Outbreak continue this week in Featured Playlists, along with some spooky new bundles appearing throughout the week. In today’s update, we’ve added a 10-second time extension for every Survivor killed in Infected, new stability and bug fixes in Zombies, improved hit registration for the Battle Axe in MP and Zombies, and more.
Starting this Friday, get ready for another Triple-Double Weekend featuring Double XP, Double Weapon XP, and Double Battle Pass XP until 10AM PT Monday, Nov. 1st! If you haven’t completed every challenge in The Haunting to unlock the LAPA SMG, your time is running out. Tick, tock…
Here’s what’s new today:
- Battle Axe
- Addressed an issue that could prevent hits from the Battle Axe from registering properly on nearby enemies in Multiplayer and Zombies.
- Killing a Survivor now adds 10 seconds to the match timer.
- Nuketown Halloween
- Scream Deathmatch
- Gunfight Blueprints [NEW]
- Face Off 6v6
- 12v12 Moshpit
- Party Games (includes Nuketown Halloween Prop Hunt)
- Added stability fixes for issues related to weapon rarity, score from vehicles, upgrade machines, Pumpkin Heads, and Armor spawns.
- Addressed an issue that prevented the “Trick-or-Treat” event Challenge from unlocking in Zombies during The Haunting.
Dead Ops Arcade 3
- Addressed an issue that allowed multiple players to receive multiple rewards from one stone or chest.
- Addressed an issue that allowed multiple players to use an arcade machine at the same time.
- Hallows’ Eve Outbreak
- Outbreak (Endless and 3 Region)
- Mauer der Toten
- Firebase Z
- Die Maschine
- Dead Ops Arcade 3 (Standard and First-Person)
- Onslaught (PlayStation®)
- Onslaught Elite (PlayStation)
- Onslaught Containment (PlayStation)
Source: Treyarch Studios
Image Credits: Activision / Treyarch Studios
How to unlock Kali Sticks in Warzone & Modern Warfare
Warzone and Modern Warfare’s Kali Sticks continue to be a strong Melee Weapon, and our guide will show you how to unlock them.
Despite the constant influx of new Melee Weapons each season, the Kali Sticks are still one of the community’s favorite, go-to weapons to get stuff done. Here’s how to unlock the Kali Sticks to use in Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare.
Many players get the same joy from using Melee Weapons like the Battle Axe as they do a popular weapon like the Cold War AK-47. This is why the Kali Sticks are still a great weapon to use, and newcomers are always looking to use them.
However, especially with newbies, not everyone knows how to equip these powerful, bludgeoning tools.
How to unlock Kali Sticks in Warzone
To unlock the Kali Sticks in Warzone, players just need to simply meet the following requirement: “Using the Knife, get 3 Kills while sliding in 15 different matches.“
Now, from the outset, this may look like a difficult challenge, especially if you’re just playing regular battle royale.
However, with the plethora of different modes that Warzone and Modern Warfare have to offer, we’d recommend you attempt to complete the challenge requirements elsewhere.
Tips to complete Kali Sticks unlock challenge in Warzone & Modern Warfare
There are two ways you can go about this: either play one of Warzone’s other modes that feature respawning or play Modern Warfare.
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Here are our suggestions for each game.
Modern Warfare Kali Sticks unlock tips
- Modern Warfare features smaller maps and is a much easier proposition to unlock these handy Melee tools. If there’s a playlist that features Shipment or Shoot House then it would be ideal.
- Try and customize your playlist to pick constant motion game modes as Search & Destroy and Cyber Attack are not suited to this challenge.
- Have Double Time equipped and make sure you’re constantly moving and sliding as you never know when an enemy might just turn up.
- Use in-game information such as UAVs and make sure you’re keeping on top of this data as you don’t want useful breaks like this to disappear.
Warzone Kali Sticks unlock tips
- You’ll need to play some of Warzone’s faster game modes such as Plunder, Payload, and Clash to speed this process up.
- Again, have Double Time as your first Perk to increase the duration of your Tactical Sprint.
- Unlike Modern Warfare, we’d recommend you choose your moments to slide as Warzone is generally more open, an opportunities will beore limited – be smart.
Hopefully, our guide and tips will help you to obtain a Kali Stick for each hand so that you can engage clobbering time on any unsuspecting enemies.
Also, for more Warzone news and guides, check out everything we know about the Warzone Visions of Verdansk event.
Imge Credit: Activision / Raven Software / Infinity Ward
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