Titanfall battle royale game Apex Legends available now - rules out Titanfall 3

Titanfall battle royale game Apex Legends available now - rules out Titanfall 3

This model also includes a seasonal battle pass, and while it's still unavailable at the time of this writing, it's clear that Apex's battle pass has taken cues from Fortnite Battle Royale's.

Over the weekend, the surprise reveal of a new battle royale game called Apex Legends was spoiled by the many influencers and YouTubers that developer Respawn Entertainment invited to play the game ahead of its launch.

Following rumours regarding its existence, Respawn has confirmed that it is launching a free-to-play battle royale game called Apex Legends. Rumors were circulating that the game would be revealed in a Super Bowl ad, but that never happened. Today in fact, for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Rumoued to be built off the same Source-powered engine that was seen in Titanfall, the new game will pit up to 60 players in teams of three in a battle royale, err, battle.

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McCoy knew right from the beginning that the idea of Apex Legends was going to be hard to sell to players initially, which explains the secrecy of its launch and minimal marketing to push the game. A Kotaku report suggests that the game was "well into development" as of 2017, and was set to launch previous year, but based on McCoy's comments it seems that work on that Titanfall 3 has essentially morphed into Apex Legends. Our stream starts at 8am pt and we'll tell you everything about Apex Legends. It's quite possible that this is just a spin-off that Respawn plans to release while it continues working on Titanfall 3. One way Apex Legends will remain fresh for players is through different seasons.

The stream will happen on February 4 at 12 p.m. EST. on the Play Apex Twitch account.

Considering the Titanfall team at Respawn is so good at making first-person games and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a third-person game, it doesn't come as a huge shock that Respawn would have very little crossover between the two games.

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