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In a nutshell: Rockstar Games’ bungled launch of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition left a bad taste in customers’ mouths and reportedly prompted the company to shelf other remasters it had planned. Sources familiar with the matter told Kotaku that Rockstar has paused work on all remakes to focus on developing Grand Theft Auto VI.

A recent tweet from a GTA insider claimed Rockstar was no longer working on remakes of Red Dead Redemption and GTA IV.

Rockstar back in February confirmed that the next entry in the GTA franchise was well underway and suggested the scope will be significantly beyond what they have previously delivered. GTA V landed way back in 2013 and has enjoyed unprecedented longevity thanks in part to its expansive in-game world and attention to detail. If Rockstar can significantly surpass that game in scope, they’ll no doubt have another winner on their hands.

Kotaku’s sources further noted that remasters of RDR and GTA IV could be revisited after GTA VI ships. Unfortunately, they didn’t have any information to share regarding when that might happen and Rockstar hasn’t shared any launch details either.

If given the choice, which path would you prefer? Remasters of RDR and GTA IV before GTA VI, after, or not at all? I’m personally all for remasters so long as they are handled properly and don’t cause more frustration than they are worth.

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The auto industry is rife with forbidden fruit, whether it’s Americans lusting over small European cars or Europeans jonesing for high-horsepower American metal. But, as Europe is about to find out, not all fruit stays forbidden forever.

Ford on Monday announced that it will bring the Bronco SUV to Europe. Ford didn’t offer up too many details just yet, saying only that the Bronco will arrive in certain left-hand-drive markets, and that quantities will be “strictly limited.” It should go on sale in late 2023, so Europeans keen to get their hands on one will have some time to figure out how to do that.

By the sounds of Ford’s press release, the EU-market Bronco won’t be much, if at all different from the US-spec Bronco. All the off-road capability is still there, all the cabin tech remains the same, which means it should function as a pretty potent competitor to the Land Rover Defender. A veritable Sears catalog of accessory parts is available for owners to personalize their vehicles, as well.

It’s unclear which of the Bronco’s many variants will show up in Europe. In the US, we’re privy to eight different models, from the base model all the way up to the extra-chunky Raptor. Nearly all are available in a choice of two- or four-door versions, and a 2.3-liter I4 and 2.7-liter twin-turbo V6 are available at different points in the lineup, as well. Autocar’s report casts doubt on the 3.0-liter V6 Bronco Raptor making it to Europe, but hey, some Broncos are better than no Broncos, right?

Late 2023 isn’t exactly around the corner, so it’s likely that Ford will trickle out more information about European Broncos as we creep closer to the targeted on-sale date.

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Exclusive: Core Scientific, a top bitcoin miner responsible for nearly 10% of the network's hash rate, sold 7,202 mined BTC for $167M in June and now holds 1,959 BTC (David Pan/Bloomberg) – TalkOfNews.com

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Core Scientific, a top bitcoin miner responsible for nearly 10% of the network’s hash rate, sold 7,202 mined BTC for $167M in June and now holds 1,959 BTC  —  Core Scientific Inc., a top crypto miner, sold the bulk of its Bitcoin holdings in June as a steep drop in digital assets squeezes finances for even the leaders of the industry.


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