Respawn's newly released Battle Royale title "Apex Legends" is located in the Titanfall universe, and its unique map currently encompasses a variety of environments from desert to city – but in the future there is still potential for new maps.
The current arena is called "King's Canyon," a sprawling environment that feels part desert, part jungle, and part city with diverse ecosystems.
Previous Titanfall games (entries one and two) had multiple multiplayer maps – but these games were not Battle Royale experiences.
Respawn will know, however, that players' interest in a Battle Royale game is constantly requiring new content, most notably the competing Fortnite game.
Fortnite has not added any new maps, but has continually evolved the existing ones, adding new locations and weather changes. Here are three map ideas that we would like to introduce to Apex Legends.
Fans of the original Titanfall will remember this classic card, which was probably the first many played when they played the beta. Thanks to its popularity, it was also remastered in Titanfall 2.
A more urban environment could definitely change the feel of Apex Legends, but Respawn had to make sure it was not too tight.
Angel City is a classic card from the original Titan case that was remastered in Titanfall 2.
Another obvious addition would be a snowy / wintry map that has never been seen before in the Titanfall games.
Both Fortnite and PUBG have added snow-covered maps (Fortnite completely covered the base map for winter 2018 with snow), with Vikendi being a big hit with PUBG players. Maybe Respawn would wait until the winter months to add this environment, just to be up to date.
A wintery-themed card could be a big turnaround for the gameplay of Apex Legends' blatant absence in Apex Legends, largely because it plays in the Titanfall Universe – is the lack of Titans.
After playing King's Canyon, this was definitely the right decision – Titans could have ruined the flow of this dense landscape. However, there is nothing that prevents Respawn from adding a card designed specifically for use with Titans.
Maybe every player would be a Titan, or he could be found and used for a limited time – but we trust Respawn can do Titans work in a multiplayer shooter, they've done it twice already.
Who says Titan can be in Battle Royale?
Respawn can also do a lot outside of new cards to keep the game fresh and interesting. They already fixed their annual plan, and Dr. Disrespect thinks that rank mode is another way to differentiate in the BR genre.