Apex Legends

Apex Legends from Respawn Entertainment arrived on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 4, 2019. It came as a complete surprise from the developers behind the acclaimed Titanfall series, and it quickly became immensely popular following its release. A free-to-play game that falls into the battle royale genre and blends aspects of Fortnite and hero shooters like Overwatch, Apex Legends has players group up in teams of three and choose from a selection of characters with different abilities called “legends”. The game then drops the team on to a giant map filled with weapons, armor, and other items to fight it out with other squads in a mission to be the last players standing.

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Apex Legends Season 3’s new weapon is too strong, Charge Rifle nerf in the works

The Charge Rifle, which was added to Apex Legends in Season 3, is apparently too powerful, pushing Respawn to plan a nerf for the Energy-powered sniper rifle.
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New Apex Legends character called Revenant teased in developer tweet

A new Apex Legends character called Revenant was leaked earlier this week, Now, a tweet from a developer showing off some level design may have officially confirmed that leak.
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Apex Legends cheaters and spammers will be matched up against each other

Apex Legends cheaters will be matched up against each other, as part of Respawn's continuing fight against cheating. The developer is also working on using machine learning to create models for automatically banning cheaters.

Apex Legends dataminers discover upcoming characters and weapons

Dataminers have discovered code in Apex Legends that refers to characters named Octane and Wattson, and weapons named the Havoc Rifle and the L-Star EMG. Octane is believed to have a Stim Pack ability, while Wattson has the Tesla Trap.
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