As for the frequent crashes Apex Legends still experiences on PC, the developer said that the next patch will address some of the known issues, but not all of them.
The files show various complex actions like scaling walls and attacking enemies, which could suggest that Respawn intends to add AI teammates to the game.
Just like PlayerUnknown's Battleground, cheaters in Apex Legends are ruining the game. Many players leave the game even before the match starts.
Respawn Entertainment has shared their outline for what they have planned for Apex Legends confirming that they are talking with AMD to get the PC version fixed for users playing it on AMD hardware. Respawn Entertainment assured in the check-in report that they are looking for a fix to this server issue. Developer Respawn Entertainment has had enough of this malarkey, and they've chose to wage a guerrilla war on cheaters: Hit 'em hard, hit 'em fast and leave the offending players scratching their heads when the dust has settled.
Respawn Entertainment said it meant to be "secretive" about its plans to combat cheating, so as not to forewarn players trying to break the rules. Others have said that they have seen this flash previously before their game loaded, but weren't able to verify it. This includes the continued utilization of the services of Easy Anti-Cheat and also implementing a report system for the PC that allows players to report suspected cheating immediately. We take cheating very seriously and care deeply about the health of Apex Legends for all players.
We are reaching out and working directly with experts, both within and outside of EA, in this area that we can learn from.
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