Apex Legends Is A Battle Royale Set In The Titanfall Universe And It’s Out Right Now

Just this morning, Respawn Entertainment pulled off something popularised by Steve Jobs during his tenure at Apple. They’ve announced and released their follow-up to Titanfall 2 on the same day. It’s called Apex Legends, a free-to-play battle royale.

Though it takes place within the Titanfall universe, it isn’t to be considered a direct sequel. It doesn’t feature titans in any way, shape or form and is strictly squad-based. While it features all of the regular genre tropes, it brings a trick bag of its own that sees it manage to stand apart in a market that is growing larger every day, it seems.


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Apex Legends features eight characters at launch, though only six are playable from the get-go. Respawn announced plans to roll out content in a seasonal fashion, not unlike its competitors, so it’s safe to expect that roster to grow before too long.

Apex Legends is out now on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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