Apex Legends’ first season of content kicks off in March

Joanna Estrada
February 11, 2019

Apex Legends is officially a hit.

Apex Legends is off to a cracking start, but folks are beginning to speculate on what the future might hold for EA's battle royale extravaganza - and that could include new game modes for duo squads and solo players, at least according to freshly leaked info. Or those who really don't like the idea of feeling that they have to voice chat with strangers, although to be fair, the game's clever ping system does substitute rather nicely for verbal interaction, effectively making it optional (at least to a point, or for casual play anyway). Each season also brings new cosmetics to Apex Legends, and even more content Respawn has yet to reveal. As you can see in the chart below, everything is listed from the different firing modes that are available for that gun, how much damage the weapon does to certain areas of the body, all of the attachments that are compatible with that certain gun, and even how the recoil will affect your fire.

Stream Sniping has been a major concern for games such as Fortnite and PUBG, despite the numerous attempts by both companies to implement fixes to stop it from happening.

From the menu here, you can scroll through various stats that reveal flavour information like how many kills you've got with each character, how many times you've won with them, or how much you've used each of their specific abilities (zipline distance travelled with Pathfinder, for example). Yes, I do know that some people have experience crashes and stuff. It is basically a battle royale game where 100 players are thrown inside a map and they have to be the last one or the last team standing in order to win.

Apex Legends is now available for free on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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