Micro-transactions and loot boxes for cosmetic items and in-game content are said to be in Apex Legends with a very similar approach to that in Overwatch. That being said, it wasn't a surprise as Apex Legends as it was leaked last week.
The Titanfall & Titanfall 2 studio, which these days is but one limb on the EA millipede, has confirmed they'll be revealing the game today, and that Apex Legends is indeed its name. Apex Legends will feature the hero class models with each one possessing unique abilities and powers. While the game is set in the Titanfall universe, it, unfortunately, will not include Titans. Apex Legends will run on a modified version of Valve's Source engine and as its description suggests, there won't be any Titans to control.
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According to a Kotaku report published on February 2, the game is based on the Titanfall intellectual property and will launch alongside its reveal on February 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A recent trademark application by EA also confirms some of the information above.
"The game definitely has A LOT of potential".
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"Or perhaps the work Respawn had done for Titanfall 3 wound up evolving into this spinoff game".
DualShockers will be sure to keep you updated as more information comes out about the game during tomorrow's livestream.
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