Apex Legends, the popular Battle Royale of Respawn Entertainment, has found a way to make its development processes and upcoming patches extremely transparent. All issues, community issues, server patches, and general player requests are now tracked on a publicly available Trello board called Apex Tracker. Everyone is free to follow this link and keep track of the changes made in Apex Legends.
"Our goal with the Developer Tracker is to give players more insight into some of the bigger community issues we've been reporting on and working on," is an introductory article. "Note that this board does not take into account ALL the things we are following." For the moment, the board is tracking a number of issues the team is investigating or working on this week, pointing out corrections in future patches.
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The board divides information into a few headers: quality of life features, fixed bugs, user interface updates, network issues, and all current and upcoming updates. The team has promised to update the cards on the board at least once a week. There are also maps explaining how to report bugs and hackers, as well as links to the team's social media and reddit sites.
The game was recently released in Season 2, and received an extensive patch, a card overhaul, and a new character. Wattson. At the moment there is also a temporary solo mode in which you can compete against 59 opponents without teammates. The Iron Crown Event is also currently running in-game.