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Respawn Entertainment's Apex Legends has sparked an wave of discussion in the gaming community, the focal point of this discussion seems to be based around the idea that Apex Legends is a "Fortnite killer". Many believed that its foundation was that of a Titanfall game, which evolved into this new battle royale shooter. But despite all the quality-of-life improvements on hand, there's still a lot Apex Legends doesn't tell you. They're the characters themselves, and as of right now you can spend Apex Coins or Legend Tokens on unlocking Caustic and Mirage.
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That's incredibly good going, particularly when you consider that it took Fortnite two weeks - a fortnight, rather appropriately - to reach the same milestone. "But we fell in love with Apex Legends and wanted, needed, other people to play it too".
Every season in Apex Legends will last for three months, which means that season one will end in June. Despite being "yet another" battle royale (BR) game, Titanfall dev Respawn Entertainment's latest project has clearly captured the attention of gamers around the globe - and it's not hard to see why. That could be a cause for concern, but since it's following a format nearly identical to the other battle royale games on the market, it will likely cost no more than around $15/£15 at the absolute maximum. If you're an Apex Legends Solo player, we recommend just ignoring your team and doing your own thing.