Respawn has been making an effort to communicate changes for Apex Legends, which includes a mass banning of "over 16,000 cheaters" and now, a patch to squash some bugs, mostly on consoles. The game pulled in a whopping 25 million players in its first week alone, which is certainly more than most battle royale games can claim.
Apex Legends has managed to do really well despite such a silent release.
My matches have been thankfully free of issues, but if you've been noticing a few crashes, this update aims to deal with that.
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Fixed crash when pressing button early in load process. If a player is downed, anyone can revive him or her - the catch though is that the revived player joins the team of its saviour.
Still, the studio has hinted that there is much more on the horizon for the free-to-play battle royale feature, including a nifty new hoverbike.at least according to a recent leak. The files indicate that this mode will feature spectator and commentator NPCs giving players some crowd support, but other than that there's little else to discuss.
While an increase in sales is nice, Juliusson also shared a negative side effect of the confusion: Players leaving a tonne of negative reviews for Apex Construct simply because it isn't Apex Legends. And so goes the fairly transparent post made by Respawn over at the Apex Legends subreddit.
Two new weapons were detailed in a leak on February 15, with one of them being an energy rifle called HAVOC, which fits in line with the "Get ready to cry havoc" line from the tweet.