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Destiny 2’s Crucible Will Undergo A Big Revamp In Season 19 And Beyond

Big changes are coming to Destiny 2’s PvP modes in the future, as Bungie plans to overhaul the Crucible in a manner similar to how Trials of Osiris was revamped several seasons. In an update on its blog post, Bungie detailed how it plans to revisit various aspects of the game to see how well they fit with the rest of Destiny 2.

This redesign will begin in Season 19 and will continue well into the future of Destiny 2, as Bungie plans to update the Crucible playlist structure and streamline it. This plan includes collapsing the Control and Clash game modes into a single Quickplay playlist, bringing some of the lesser-played modes into weekly rotations, and introducing a new Crucible Seal to encourage players to engage more frequently in PvP.

Lord Shaxx will have engram-focusing available from his vendor position in the Tower, and in next year’s Lightfall expansion, this will be expanded to include older weapons and armor sets across Crucible, Iron Banner, Trials, and more. Matchmaking, which has recently been updated to loose skill-based matchmaking for several modes, will evolve to encompass skill, connection, and team sizes in the future. Bungie says that this new approach will begin the quickplay playlists and will roll out to more playlists over time, while new matchmaking techniques in Trials of Osiris are being tested so that solo and duo fireteams can have a better experience outside of the Freelance match option.

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First Cocaine Bear Trailer Shows A Coked-Up Bear On A Rampage

Universal has released the first trailer for the movie Cocaine Bear, and it’s a doozy. The film is inspired by the 1985 true story of a bear that ate cocaine, but this looks to be a full-on comedy.

The story follows police officers, criminals, tourists, and teenagers in the woods of Georgia who cross paths with a 500-pound bear that ingested a lot of cocaine and is now on a rampage. Here’s the trailer:

The movie stars Keri Russell (The Americans), O’Shea Jackson, Jr. (Straight Outta Compton), Christian Convery-Jennings (Sweet Tooth), Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family), Brooklynn Prince (The Florida Project), Isiah Whitlock Jr. (BlacKkKlansman), Kristofer Hivju (Game of Thrones), Hannah Hoekstra (Charlie’s Angels), and Aaron Holliday (Sharp Objects).

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Final Fantasy XVI Has Been Rated In Brazil, Might See A Release Date Soon

Final Fantasy 16 has been rated in Brazil, leading credence to rumors that preorders will go up in early December and that a release date trailer is coming soon.

The rating was first noticed by Gemetsu. The game has been rated as “not recommended for children under 16.” According to a translation via Insider Gaming, the game includes sex scenes that are “not fully shown” and plenty of violence including “blood, intentional deaths, torture…victims suffering” and even “hate crimes.”

Final Fantasy XVI has been rated in Brazil: https://t.co/KlUEeEHRUK

Release date announcement and new trailer due out by the end of 2022: https://t.co/bs1NEUZ0jW

Pre-orders rumored to open on December 7 or 8: https://t.co/LVKvKgCuqj

Gematsu page: https://t.co/6NDqHHhJ5i pic.twitter.com/VSkiMxOdWX

— Gematsu (@gematsu) November 30, 2022

Insider Gaming also reported last week that preorders for Final Fantasy 16 will go live on December 7 or 8. Its report suggests that this news along with a release date trailer will be shown off at The Game Awards, which airs on December 8, though it acknowledges that Square Enix or Sony could be planning their own event. This speculation does fit in with previous statements from developers. In an interview with Famitsu earlier this month, main director Hiroshi Takai said the game was “95%” finished. Producer Naoki Yoshida said he expected the exact release date to be revealed soon.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Sequel Won’t Begin Pre-Production Until 2023

It was recently revealed in an earnings report that the sequel to Cyberpunk 2077 will start pre-production in 2023.

Thanks to a third-quarter earnings report covered by Tech4gamers, we know CDPR will begin to work on the Cyberpunk sequel after the Phantom Liberty expansion, which is set to release in 2023.

Adam Kiciski, president and joint CEO of CD Projekt Red, says in the earnings report, “We are concentrating on the final stage of the development of Phantom Liberty.” He then explains how almost 350 people are working on the upcoming DLC.

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