You'll soon be able to play Apex Legends solo
LAST REVISION DATE: 2019-08-07 00:49:01

If you are tired of having anonymous and ungrateful teammates in Apex Legends (who separate from your team as soon as you miss a long long archery shot, even if they haven't yet marked the skull hunter's jump in the tank, you've already open) how rude) you want to enter the next solo mode that Respawn adds to the gaming chair on Tuesday, August 13.

The individual mode will run for two weeks as part of the so-called "Iron Crown Collection Event". It ends on August 27, which allows me to understand that Respawn is planning this deployment as evidence and how much time the players spend to determine if it is worth supporting it in the long term. Other members of popular battle royalty, such as Fortnite and PUBG, offer solo gaming chairs, but it will be interesting to see how Apex works as a free player for all 60 members (the player's ability is not confirmed) as well as the skill system and The reappearance system. The game is obviously designed with teammates.

One of the attractions of Apex from the beginning has been the short waiting times (at least in my area). Since the rankings were added at the beginning of season 2, dividing players into different game modes could be problematic.