A game like Fortnite took nearly two weeks to hit the 10 million mark, which looks like a piece of cake for Apex Legends. The new free-to-play battle royale shooter that's set in the Titanfall universe has come out the gates swinging, and it's only getting more popular by the day. They have now teased a special event for the game soon. Especially since both PUBG and Fortnite do already and if the game is coming to mobile, it'll make even more sense. Like Fortnite before it, the free-to-play multiplayer title was not launched on the Nintendo Switch - the most successful games console of the current era - alongside the other consoles.
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"Apex Legends' stunning success should also greatly reduce the frustration with management sometimes expressed by investors", the analysts said, adding that "Fortnite" took three months to reach 30 million users.
There seems to be no stopping Apex Legends hitting fresh highs following its debut, and the latest revelation is that the game has reached 25 million players in its first week - and last weekend it exceeded two million concurrent players. Here's a few reasons why Apex Legends stands out from the rest. Such is the case with the well-known Loch Ness Monster from Scottish folklore and the little Nessy dolls players have been finding around the Apex Legends map. "The community's excitement for Apex Legends is electric, and we feel it here at the studio".
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There's always 99 problems to worry about while playing in a battle royale game, but Apex's loot system isn't one.
And it does sound like Respawn is planning for some kind of Apex Legends crossplay support in the future.