Apex Legends could get gladiatorial ‘survival’ and player-stealing ‘recruit’ game modes


Finally, GamingINTEL has found evidence Apex Legends' Season 1 Battle Pass will come in both free and paid versions.

Over on Twitter, Blomkamp replied to one user asking whether we could see Chappie in Apex Legends.

Addresses issues we saw with GPU hangs.

Neither EA nor Respawn have made comment on these reports; we'll keep you informed as more is known. Much like its nearest competitor Fortnite, Apex Legends is created to be enhanced and augmented with other modes, some of which may be on the way soon in the form of solo and duo competition.

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Apex Legends stat tracker is beginning to pop up online as players become more invested in the booming battle royale. That could put a very different spin on Apex Legends, as successful teams get bigger and bigger, with the last squad alive winning. Of course, along with those millions of players comes droves of cheaters, but it seems that Respawn is on the case.

One of Respawn's main focuses is to fix bugs and combat issues that are causing game crashes. As there now isn't an in-game reporting tool in Apex Legends, the post all but notes that one will definitely be coming in the future.

Another snippet uncovered by the same source is a "recruit mode", which would suggest a game mode where any downed player you revive joins your team. It is a free-to-play game that was developed by Respawn Entertainment and set in the Titanfall universe.

In terms of new Legends the first one appears to be called Octane and uses some kind of stim injection.