On March 11, the couple held a public discussion on Apex Legends on Twitter, and the topic they focused on was RNG.
RNG, of course, refers to the generation of random numbers, a system commonly used in Battle Royale games for the random distribution of in-game aspects such as prey, prey quality, result of certain events and more.
The Doc believes that RNG should be excluded from the game, which would be done by standardizing the loot. This essentially means that the same items of the same rarities appear at the same place on the card every game.
According to the Doc, such an amendment would legitimize the pro scene, set points of interest for loot, increase the risk-reward ratio for certain high-ranking items, and create a stronger narrative for casting and / or watching.
I think Respawn should really consider trying set-prey with @PlayApex . It would not only legitimize the professional scene by renouncing RNG, it would also create POIs for loot, higher risks / rewards for certain higher-level items, and a stronger narrative for casting / watching.
̵1; Dr Disrespect (@drdisrespect) March 12, 2019
The Doc further elaborated his idea by explaining how he would function in the early stages of the game, which would become even more tactical and strategic Everyone would know where the higher-level prey is.
"Maybe everyone comes with a standard low-end loadout or nothing," he tweeted. "But with map experience you would come to an area with knowledge of what's already there."
Maybe everyone comes with a standard low-end loadout or nothing at all, but with map experience you'd be in an area with knowledge of what's already there.
– Dr. med. Disrespect (@drdisrespect) March 12, 2019
On the other hand, with Doc's idea, Shroud was not completely on board the game could be compensated without having to eliminate RNG.
"I think that in general you just have to get rid of hot zones and make sure each place has the same number of elements that spread and drop the percentage," he replied. "Keep the BR RNG and avoid losing every player in the same spot anywhere."
I think that you usually eliminate Hotzone and distribute the same number of elements everywhere and reduce the percentage. Keep the BR RNG and eliminate all players who drop off at the same spot at each point.
– Michael Grzesiek (@shroud) March 12, 2019
The hot zones the cover refers to are a unique feature in Apex Legends, which marks a random location at the beginning of each game designated high-level prey area, which practically guarantees that it is a very risky landing site.
While the concept of "hot zones" makes all important points of the map relevant to the vast system of things, it leads to an imbalance in each game as many teams understandably end up in the same marked location.  At the beginning of each game, one of the named locations on the map of Apex Legends is called a Hot Zone.
Although each streamer's proposal has its pros and cons, Respawn Entertainment seems very unlikely for the time being, so I'm going to opt for such a radical and radical change as suggested by Doc.
However, considering that the game is barely a month old, it would be reasonable to expect that the developers make extensive changes to the line.