Apex Legends reaches 50 million players in one month

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As we said, lots of people believe this feature is being added upon Apex Legends arrival. Well, apparently, this train has no intention of slowing down as Respawn Entertainment has announced that the game has now reached over 50 million players! "I saw shit 10 months ago in this game, that isn't even in this build, alright?". Fortnite, also free in its popular battle-royale format, took four months to reach 40 million players and now has a registered base of more than 200 million. Wraith is the legend of choice for the aggressive player looking to maximize both their kill count and their survivability in solo scenarios. For the first one, we should receive word about Apex Legends' battle pass reasonably soon, as Respawn intends to unveil it sometime this March. However, they left us like that - can we get a specific date, please?

The official Apex Legends Twitter account shared a tweet and a video thanking fans for their support and saying that they "can't wait" to show everyone what's next. The Fortnite competitor was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on February 4, 2019. One team-mate apparently never made it into the game, while the other dropped out without dealing any damage. Teams consist of three players, so it's not all-for-one.

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