Apex Legends will add a permanent solo option as Switch approaches – My Nintendo News

EA and Respawn Entertainment are preparing to release Apex Legends on the Nintendo Switch platform this Tuesday. The two companies have announced plans to add a no-fill matchmaking option that allows them to compete solo rather than filling the team with other players. If you use these options to filter your game, you will join the match as one team for two or three teams.

“In the lobby, you will see a checkbox titled” Fill Matchmaking “. This means that the matchmaking system will try to queue your team to either a duo or a trio. This is how the game works up to this point, and it defaults every time you play.

Uncheck this box[再生]Click to send the party to the selected playlist without filling the team with other players. Therefore, if you turn off “Fill Matchmaking” and put a solo cue in Trios, you can enter by yourself. There is one team for every three teams.

At its best, we still strongly believe that Apex Legend is a game about team play. However, we will start this no-fill matchmaking as an option for solo players. This is because we believe there are many creative opportunities to play the game in our own way.

Here are some things you might want to use no-fill matchmaking:

  • Focus on completing specific daily and weekly tasks
  • Warm up, get hot and take part in many battles
  • Challenge yourself — can you win in the duo round alone? How about Trios?
  • Experience the latest traditional teaser for yourself
  • Explore the map and try out characters you’ve never tried before. Take the opportunity to learn a little more about the game at your own pace.

No-fill matchmaking has some limitations because you don’t want to significantly disrupt the game experience or pace of other players. Only 6 potential no-fill players are allowed in any match and this feature is not available for ranking.

Please give it a try and let us know what you think. “

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Apex Legends adds a permanent solo option as Switch launch looms

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