Apparently the first "big content drop" for Apex Legends is due next month as the Battle Pass launches. Frechette only teased the addition of in-game reporting, so at the moment, we don't have any idea of when it might roll out.
If the Havoc works as dataminers advertise, it could shake up the Apex Legends meta and make energy ammo highly valuable even if you aren't rocking the Triple Threat sniper rifle or Devotion machine gun.
With over 25 million players within a week of launch, Apex Legends continues to build upon its player base with incredibly positive feedback from players.
According to developer Respawn they've already banned over 16,000 players for cheating and are encouraging other players to report anyone they think is being similarly unscrupulous. But it's also a reminder that a lot of free-to-play games, when treated in a certain way, absolutely aren't free, at all.
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Respawn hasn't said exactly when the new weapon will be added to Apex Legends, only that it'll be available tomorrow (February 20). The following are the patch notes for Apex Legends update 1.04.
Fixed crash when pressing button early in load process.
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. With this popularity and the increasing player count for the game comes the parasite that most online multiplayer games encounter, the existence of hacker and cheaters that use external software for an unfair advantage in-game.
Apex Legends also takes a page out of Overwatch's book and features a diverse cast of characters that each have unique abilities.