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But GTA 6 could be the catalyst for the most versatile battle royale game ever if Rockstar thinks beyond armored cars and uses GTA 6’s map to its advantage to makes Motor Wars a bit more flexible.

Developer Rockstar Games has added dozens of high-octane mini-games to Grand Theft Auto Online since the release of Adversary Mode in 2015. Most of these player-versus-player modes pit gamers against each other in either a deathmatch or racing scenario that provides a change of pace from routinely wreaking havoc around Los Santos.

Now that GTA 6 is reportedly in development, Rockstar should re-release and refine one Adversary Mode’s most promising games in GTA 6 Online: . If tweaked just a little bit, GTA could cash in on the battle royale craze in a major way.

Motor Wars is already a team-based battle royale game that was launched as part of the Smuggler’s Run update in 2017 somewhat similar to titles like Fortnite and Call of Duty: Warzone. The biggest differences are that the game mode heavily focuses on finding armored vehicles to engage in Mad Max-style demolition derbies in one of Motor Wars’ seven distinct maps.

Motor Wars solved the repetitiveness of dropping down on the same map hundreds of times in competitive titles like Apex Legends by putting more of the focus on vehicles. But GTA 6 could be the catalyst for the most versatile battle royale game ever if Rockstar thinks beyond armored cars and uses GTA 6’s map to its advantage to makes Motor Wars a bit more flexible.

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