But # 4 hits my heart.
Respawn has lifted our favorite character, the lid, at Battle Royale’s Apex Legends. It’s unlikely to shock the top spot, but you can’t pretend you weren’t surprised by some of the other entries on the list.
Earlier this week, Respawn asked players to select the legend with the highest pick rate and rank it from 1 to 5. We promised to respond “within an hour”, but it actually took a full day for the team to return to Twitter. It was confirmed that Wraith remained the most popular character in the game.
The correct order is:
5. Lifeline pic.twitter.com/fhDYoXQBUw
— Apex Legends News (@TitanfallBlog) November 27, 2020
Bloodhound clocked in second-quite good because they aren’t the characters with a particularly impressive win rate-beginner Horizon is taking bronze (thanks to DBLTAP).
Lifeline is 5th, but what surprised me was 4th-Octane. Yes, the same octane that offers little in terms of team support other than the jump pad and the ability to run in front of you and steal all the best loot leaves nothing for the rest of the fire team.
In related news, Season 7’s new maps, legends, and vehicles were well received by players, but due to the slow progress of the latest Battle Pass, some players complained about the grind, offended much of the community, and from Respawn. I was forced to make an urgent change.
Director Chad Glenier recently admitted that the release of new content, such as time-limited mode, was “slow” because the studio “rejected” it.[s] Crunch the team. “
“We’re refusing to crunch the team, so it can take longer to create content than if we worked 15 hours, but that’s not something we’re willing to do,” Grenier said recently. Said. “To meet the demand for content, the team has nearly doubled in size since its release, so we strive to deliver quality content at a healthy pace.”