Game news Apex Legends: The Battle Royale passes a symbolic milestone
Apex Legends was released in 2019 in a context where many studios were trying their hand at battle royale. It was convincing and is currently preparing the ninth season. A longevity owed to the players who, despite the competition, have stayed on the title and are becoming more and more numerous.
In any case, we’re announcing this tonight to EA and Respawn via the game’s Twitter account. In a new release, we learn that Apex Legends now counts 100 million players around the world. A very nice number that places the title between Call of Duty: Warzone, which announced 75 million players last summer, and Fortnite, which claimed 350 million players in May 2020. Note that these numbers have evolved since then and that they are presented for information.
100 million people and it’s just getting started. Thank you, legends!
In a statement, the game team spoke a little more, saying:
The fact that Apex Legends passed the 100 million player mark after its two-year anniversary in February 2021 shows that Respawn has managed to evolve through regular and innovative content updates, and proves that it is rich and complex The universe has managed to captivate its fans season after season. EA and Respawn would like to thank their community. With a diverse selection of 16 legends, three ever-changing maps, seasonal events and even bigger updates, Apex Legends continues to provide players with an unparalleled gaming experience. In the next few days the team will publish new information about the franchise. Be on time !
It therefore seems that the Season 9 information that seems to bring the title Titanfall closer will be released very soon. In the meantime, players can Take part in the War Games event, which offers 5 temporary modes and runs through April 27th.
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By MalloDelic, Journalist igamesnews.com