Respawn has confirmed the existence of Apex Legends and let everyone know when they can get their first look at the new game - revealing everything on Twitch. "Can't wait to see how apex is received". If you want a brief look at the game rather than the thorough deep dive that the previous trailer offered, then this is for you. This will be the first time Apex Legends will be seen by the general public, though knowledge of Respawn's next title leaked a couple of days ago. As mentioned, Apex Legends is class-based with each different character in the game boasting a dramatically different playstyle.
"It's called Apex Legends and will be out on Monday for PC, Xbox, and PS4". Or did they? Respawn CEO tweeted a video of a bucket catching rain drops from a leaky roof, but I'm now convinced it alluded to the Apex Legends leaks being real and possibly a calculated PR move.More news: Apple revokes Google enterprise developer certificate
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Current king of the battle royale genre, Fortnite, supports cross-play across multiple formats and devices, as do multiplayer games Realm Royale, Dauntless and Rocket League. Zampella said in a subsequent tweet this morning that this was only a "teaser" stream; a full reveal stream for the game will follow at 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET / 8 PM GMT. Rumors were circulating that the game would be revealed in a Super Bowl ad, but that never happened.
No other information was provided apart from the Twitch link, which can be found above.
In terms of gameplay, each session will have 60 players that can form teams of three, making a total of 20 teams in each game. In essence, you'll learn everything you need to about Apex Legends over the course of a few hours, so don't miss it! Apex Legends seems to have the Titanfall name attached for now, but it still seems quite separate.