The alleged Apex Legends are not supposed to contain Titans.
Rumors indicate that a free-to-play spinoff exploit of Titanfall called Hero Battle called Apex Legends is in progress at Respawn and could be announced and released on Monday, February 4 [1
He goes on to say that this is not going to happen. Actually, there are Titan 'Mechs that run like the first two Titanfall games on a modified version of the Valve source engine, and he claims that microtransactions and booty boxes Similar to cosmetics and in-game content You are done in Overwatch.
Sources who have played and are aware of the game acknowledge that Respawn will announce and release Apex Legends on Monday, February 4 , a free Titanfall Hero Battle Royale game for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
– Rod Breslau (@Slasher) Feb 2, 2019
Kotaku claims he has heard similar reports from his own sources, who say that "it's like Titanfall mixed with Overwatch and with Titanwatch playing blackout from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4." Allegedly, EA hosted an event this week to pre-order the game for streamers and YouTubers
Jason Schreier of Kotaku claims that Respawn worked on Titanfall 3, but because the game also ran on the modified source engine. By today's standards, it was quickly outdated. He suggests that the studio has decided to switch engines for Titanfall 3, and releases the alleged Apex Legends as a "stopgap" as the development of Titanfall 3 is thereby delayed.
In addition, Insider Nibel revealed on Twitter that he discovered the URL that redirected PlayApex.com to EA's homepage, and that EA 2018 was protected with Apex Legends and Project Apex.
Of course, all this is still a big rumor about Salzkorn. If the rumors turn out to be true, we'll probably know by Monday.
In October 2018, it was reported that Respawn Titanfall 3 and Star Wars Jedi: Release Fallen Order by the end of 2019 in 2017, and at the time both groups announced that the studio was working on several projects, including an Oculus Rift VR game, which was announced in 2017, a third Titanfall game and a Star Wars title that became known as the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order at E3 2018.
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