Titanfall Apex Legends Battle Free-To-Play Royale Mode Lands This Week


Apex Legends will feature the hero class models with each one possessing unique abilities and powers. Interestingly, while the game is set in the Titanfall universe, Apex Legends doesn't actually feature any Titans.

Expected to be named "Apex Legends", the battle royale game is said to be both announced and playable on Monday, February 4.

According to a "tipster" speaking to Kotaku, "it plays like Titanfall mixed with Overwatch and Blackout from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4".

If that wasn't enough, YouTuber TheQuartering (via ComicBook) has also mentioned the same details: that we're getting a Titanfall battle royale game, it'll be F2P, and will be released for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Our stream starts at 8 AM PT and we'll tell you everything about Apex Legends.

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Micro-transactions and lootboxes for cosmetic items and in-game content are said to be in Apex Legends with a very similar approach to that in Overwatch.

EA trademarked Apex Legends back in 2018, and there's even a "PlayApex" placeholder site up, (thanks, Nibel).

Supposedly, Apex Legends will actually be running on a heavily modified version of Valve's Source Engine. The biggest surprise among the rumours, is that apparently the game will be unveiled and released this week. Respawn is also now working on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

Alongside Titanfall, developer Respawn are known to be working on two other titles, Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order and an Oculus Rift VR game. The game should be released by the end of 2019.