According to rumors, Apex Legends will not include the titans.
By Colin Stevens
The rumors suggest that free games, a heroic battle, Titanfol's royal spinoff, called Apex Legends, are being produced in Respawn and that it can be announced and released on Monday, February 4th.
First reported by YouTuber The Quartering before additional details are shared by Rod Breslau twitter, Breslau said Apex Legends will come to PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It is assumed that the game will include "classes / characters with unique abilities, a maximum of 60 players per server, a maximum of 3 players per team (trio) that complement each other."
He continues to say that this spinoff will not actually contain any Titan furniture, and that as Titanfall's first two games he will run a modified version of Valve's Source engine. He also claims that micro-transactions and boxes for the loot for cosmetic products and content in the game will run similarly to the way they are made in Overwatch.
Sources that have played and have knowledge of my game confirm that Respawn will announce and release Apex Legends on Monday February 4 for free to play Titanfall Hero Battle Royale for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
– Rod Breslau (@Slasher) February 2, 2019
Kotaku claims he has heard such reports from his own sources saying that he "plays like Titanfall, mixed with Overwatch and Blackout from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4." It is supposed that EA held an event to show the game this week for Strimer and YouTubers.
Jason Shrider of Kotaku suggests that Respawn has worked on Titanfall 3, but as the game also moves on the modified Source, it quickly begins to look like today's standards. He suggests the studio has decided to move Titanfall 3 engines and releases the supposed Apex Legends as a "stop-pile," as the development of Titanfall 3 slows down as a result.
In addition, the insider gaming industry has been revealed to Nibel twitter that he found the URL that PlayApex.com redirects to the EA homepage and that EA is a trademark of Apex Legends and Project Apex in 2018.
Of course, all this is still widespread rumors and should be taken with grain. If the rumors turn out to be true, we seem to know until Monday.
In October 2018, reports suggest that Respawn will release Titanfall 3 and the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order by the end of 2019. Respawn was acquired by EA in 2017 and at the time both groups revealed that the studio was working on several the project, including the Oculus Rift VR game, which was announced in 2017, a third Titanfall game and Star Wars third person, which was revealed as Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on E3 2018.
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