April 18, 2024
Apex Legends Already Has More than 100 Million Players
The popular Battle Royale for PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC surpasses 100 million players worldwide.

I’m sure many of you are part of this great success for EA and Respawn, so pay attention. Apex Legends is one of the most popular multiplayer games on the online scene, which recently arrived on Nintendo Switch with a great presentation and new content.

Great News from Apex Legends

Given the rumors about new Titanfall content (another Respawn IP) in Apex Legends, or the recent statements about adding new game modes beyond Battle Royale, Apex Legends has great news to give you.

EA and Respawn are proud to announce that Apex Legends has a total of 100 million players worldwide, between PC and consoles of the old and new generations. This is an excellent number of players, having recently marked the second anniversary of the game and its launch for the Nintendo Switch and the next-gen PS5 and Xbox Series X | S consoles.

With a diverse cast of 16 legends, three constantly changing maps, seasonal events, and major updates to come, Apex Legends continues to offer players a refined and competitive gaming experience, ” read the official statement from EA and Respawn.

The creators of Apex Legends thank the game’s large online community while reaffirming their commitment to launch new updates, improve support for the title and keep its playable proposal fresh, beyond the Battle Royale genre to which it belongs.

This is confirmed after this news, and that is that EA and Respawn want to add new game modes for Apex Legends. In the coming days, juicy news for the franchise and more updates will be announced, although for the moment they have not wanted to specify further.

Apex Legends thus confirms its tremendous success on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and next-generation consoles, and it is expected that the number of 100 million players will increase in the future. A new era for Battle Royale begins, which will go much further than expected.