A Necessary Loss for the Success of Apex Legends
One fallacy for video games that external watchers often get used to is that games are canceled out for each other. For example, " Scalebound was taken into custody so that Crackdown 3 could be made." That's not how it works.
In some studios, however, some games take precedence over others. That's what happens at Titanfalls continuations. Respawn has found such a rousing success with Apex Legends he has to put Titanfall on the edge.
EA and Respawn Have a Long Statement on the Future of Apex Publishes Legends and the developer notes that within the studio there are two distinct teams, each with their own projects. The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order team only works on Star Wars and Respawn will not move resources from one game to another.
However, this only applies to what is already in development. To properly pay attention to Apex Legends it must sacrifice something. This is something Titanfall . Respawn says, "I n fully support Apex Legends we are pushing plans for future Titanfall games." Hit as long as the iron is hot and all that. As far as the future of Apex Legends is concerned, all the minutiae are in post-early-match server performance, audio issues, cheating, communications, and a regular update cadence.
The more exciting news is that EA will be giving the first details on Season 2 at EA Play in June. We're expecting a new legend, a new weapon, another Battle Pass, but "with more sense" and a kind of transformation of the Kings Canyon map.
An Update on the Apex Legends [EA]
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