Respawn to Reveal their Battle Royale Game, Apex Legends After Super Bowl

Respawn to Reveal their Battle Royale Game, Apex Legends After Super Bowl

Watch the live reveal here.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Feb 04, 2019 @ 10:14 AM (Staff Bios)
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Respawn, the dev team behind Titanfall, is producing their own battle royale game called Apex Legends, with a full reveal after the Super Bowl.
 
It began with a tweet by Game Awards producer Geoff Keighley, who announced that Respawn will be revealing Apex Legends soon. This was quickly followed by Respawn co-CEO Vince Zampella, who announced an official reveal live stream that will "tell you everything about Apex Legends. Everything."
 
The live stream is active now, only displaying imagery of a lush tropical area. At 12 PM PST, the live stream will officially begin.
 
Watch live video from playapex on www.twitch.tv
 
Current speculation an anonymous tips that could not be confirmed call the game a free to play battle royale of up to 60 players. It will operate similarly to Titanfall while having classes akin to Overwatch. They also noted that there will not be any mechs.
 
UPDATE: Apex Legends is not only revealed, but released! Find out more about it here!

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