EA And Respawn Already Banned 16000 Cheaters From Apex Legends

James Marshall
February 20, 2019

According to Gaming INTEL, Apex Legends will release a new character every four seasons throughout 2019, and the next addition to the roster could be Octane. In a recent update from Respawn, on Reddit, the Apex Legends team reported that they have already identified and banned more than 16,000 cheaters. The only hint is that it involves a host NPC (non-player character), and possibly spectator NPCs, who could cheer players on, or sling emotes at them, giving the atmosphere more of a gladiatorial game show feel, presumably.

Broadcast live on the Apex Legends Twitch channel, the community can tune in to see the best players that the battle royale genre has to offer.

It's quite clearly stated when you download Apex Legends: "Contains in-game purchases".

Apex Construct is a VR game that was released on Steam back in March 2018.

A replay system is also slated to be added to Apex Legends, highlighting moments of glory for those players who actually manage to get a few shots off before some maniac running aimbot hacks zeroes in on your head.

For players on PS4, Respawn has addressed problems with GPU hangs to ensure a much smoother experience during games.

Fixed crash when pressing button early in load process.

Resolved the bug which caused players to move sluggishly after being revived.

In a post on the Apex Legends subreddit over the weekend, the team took time to explain how they are working on the issues that are popping up, including bugs and crashes.

Across all platforms, Mirage's special ability won't cause game crashes.

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