Fans of Apex Legends theorized the release of cross-play today, unfortunately, that didn’t happen.
Many Apex Legends enthusiasts expected a new update to be released today, hopefully enabling cross-platform compatibility, or even a Nintendo Switch release. Unfortunately, neither came to being today.
Apex Legends is currently hosting it’s September Soiree, an event similar to the Christmas themed Grand Soiree early this year, an event that saw the game hosting a new and different LTM (limited-time mode) every day during two weeks of January. Some notable modes released were the Winter Express, which saw combatants trying to dominate a Christmas train with preset weapon loadouts and unlimited lives. Third-person mode was also quite unique allowing players to play the entire game in a third-person mode similar to Gears of War.
This year’s September Soiree brings back several of the modes from last winter, including Kings Canyon After Dark and Armed and Dangerous. Other modes are expected to come to the battle royale for the rest of the month, and at some point this fall, Apex Legends will enjoy cross-platform functionality as well as a release on Nintendo Switch. We’ll be watching for any new updates.
Season 4 of Apex Legends drops tomorrow, as Respawn Entertainment releases gameplay trailer today.
The start of the fourth season of Apex Legends is almost here. After the longest season to date (Season 3), World’s Edge will finally be shaken up by map changes, new weapons and a brand new legend. Respawn Entertainment debuted the gameplay trailer for the new season today after recently releasing some storyline and lore trailers.
The trailer showcases a bit of new Legend, Revenant’s new abilities. You can also see some of the map changes and a glimpse at the new sniper rifle weapon. Compared to past trailers, this one did however feel a bit short and like not much was shown. It could be because dataminers have spoiled most who follow the Apex community religiously as we’ve known about Revenant and expected map changes. Also, when you’re not debuting a brand new map, it’s kinda hard to out-hype that.
I wouldn’t be surprised at all if another trailer comes out tomorrow, showing off more changes. One thing that’s been steady since the release of Apex Legends, Respawn loves to keep its fans guessing about what will come next.