Published: Sat, February 09, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

Reasons Why Apex Legends Is BETTER Than Call Of Duty: Blackout

Reasons Why Apex Legends Is BETTER Than Call Of Duty: Blackout

The spectacular start for Fortnite rival Apex Legends continues as the CEO of developer Respawn announced that the game had reached 10 million players in just 72 hours. This has led EA's stock to jump more than 11% on Friday, February 8, 2019. From all of us at Respawn, thank you for giving us and Apex Legends a chance.

That was a a genius move because, despite there still being some leftover resentment that Apex Legends isn't a proper Titanfall sequel, it's damn good, and a real breath of fresh air in the battle royale space.

Just like in other battle royale games, the Apex Legends battle pass will have a wide range of cosmetic items.

Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Art's hot new game hasn't even been out for a week, but the tech gurus over at Digital Foundry have already put the game to test on all available console platforms.

Of course, being a Battle Royale game, Epic Games sees Apex Legends as competition and seems to have deployed ads for Fortnite targeting Apex Legends players. This feature has not been confirmed, but it's likely going to be included as cross-play becomes more important, especially with next-generation looming. In addition, we've also covered in detail how the game's monetization works.

Problem is, sometimes Apex Legends won't begin searching because it says the party isn't ready. However, it's unclear what that will look like or how it fits into what will probably be another busy release schedule of games this year. You might wonder if the publisher is about to be competing against itself with two battle royales on the market, but EA is confident that the experiences will offer different experiences for different types of players. Let us know in the comments.

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