About the game
Developed by Respawn Entertainment and published in 2019 by EA, Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale set in the Titanfall universe, and its team-based and character-rich formula make for a truly unique experience.
Apex Legends Articles
First update for Apex Legends fixes some minor issues
Respawn Entertainment have released the first minor update for their battle royale Apex Legends. The update addresses a number of stability issues and the developers are also working on party leader message issue that appears in-game.
Apex Legends now has more players than Battlefield V
More than 10 million players have dropped into the battle arena of Respawn Entertainment's new title Apex Legends since the game launched on 4 February 2019. The game also managed to crush Fortnite and other BR games in Twitch views.
EA: No tension between Apex Legends and Battlefield V's Firestorm
Responding to questions in EA's earnings call, the company's CEO Andrew Wilson said that there shouldn't be any tension between Battlefield V's battle royale mode Firestorm and Respawn's Apex Legends, as the two games are very different.
Respawn confirm Apex Legends will support cross-play
Respawn Entertainment seem to be pushing all the right buttons with Apex Legends and according to the company, it soon won't matter whether they're PC, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One buttons as the game will support cross-play between the three.
It took Apex Legends only eight hours to get one million players
Respawn Entertainment's name alone is enough to start a hype train among first-person shooter fans, but when you add a Titanfall-inspired battle royale that is Apex Legends, you get one million players in the first eight hours after launch.
Apex Legends does not have titans due to balance & design issues
Drew McCoy has provided a stream of information about Apex Legends recently, and one interesting bit is why it doesn't feature titans, despite being in Titanfall universe. That's because they would be either imbalanced or not satisfying.
Respawn Entertainment are not making Titanfall 3, focus on Apex
Respawn Entertainment have announced and released Apex Legends in a quick stream combo, which left many Titanfall fans wondering whether a sequel is in the works. The developer confirmed it is not and their full focus is on Apex Legends.
Apex Legends is free to play and now available for download
Apex Legends, the free to play battle royale from Respawn Entertainment is now available for download. The news came as a surprise in the announcement livestream, effectively meaning the game had no marketing except an earlier leak.
Apex Legends will feature executions just like Titanfalls did
Respawn Entertainment's Vince Zampella promised a stream that will tease Apex Legends and it has offered some insight into the game's workings. Players will have pulse as an ability, throwables and executions will be featured once again.