The game, set in the "Titanfall" universe, takes on competition like "Fortnite" and "PUBG" with a cast of eight Legend characters with unique abilities and play styles for matches where the last team standing emerges victorious.
With the official reveal set for today, it won't be long before we hear more about the game.
Here's a bunch of things that might be helpful to know about Apex Legends, sorted into an easy to digest list before you dive into this unexpected Titanfall spin-off and would-be heir to the battle royale market.
It's a free-to-play battle royale that, interestingly, won't let you use the Titan mech suits that make Titanfall so iconic.
Design Director Mackey McCandlish said to VG247 that "This is the game being made by the Titanfall team, Apex Legends..." The game supports up to 60 players at once, and brings some new mechanics to the battle royale genre, including squad revivals, a contextual ping communication system, and more.
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"To try and convince a skeptical audience for months with trailers and hands-on articles, we're just like 'let [Apex Legends] speak for itself, '" explained McCoy.
"Our goal in every game you play is that you come in with a plan but you leave with a story". That seems to be the end of any hope that a Titanfall 3 release date is coming.