Apex Legends has been given an ESRB Rating of T for Teens, which means the game is mainly made for those who are 13-years-old or older.
First is that Apex Legends is being built from the ground up with a view that it has the potential to engage and entertain hundreds of millions of players.
With previously established titles in the market such as PUBG which has hinted to plans of offering cross-play and Fortnite which already is offering cross-play, it is an important functionality to offer. It isn't certain whether Respawn will be able to maintain the same trajectory, but it's an impressive feat in an unprecedented amount of time.
Thankfully, unlike the mechanically shallow Fortnite and polish-needing H1Z1 though, Apex Legends is a remarkably strong game from top to bottom. And when you look at the game and I was watching being streamed early today, that's mesmerizing to watch.
As in most battle royale games - and in most shooters - you can revive a fallen ally if you get to them before they die proper.
We think cross-play and cross-progress is going to be a very important part of our future, and you should anticipate that we'll be doing more in that space. But it's tough to know how numerous game's first wave of curious players were there for the fun - and how many were there to see just how much of a Titanfall game they could expect. They are called Apex Legends Heirlooms.
See you in the arena!
Just days after launching, Apex Legends is proving to be a big hit. You won't find anything about it in the game unless you stumble upon one. This is all common stuff that is shared between popular online games. Also, the game does not offer Solo or Duo modes like PUBG or Fortnite.