Apex Legends continues to grow. The new video game, from industry giant Electronic Arts, has been grabbing attention online as it takes on one of the world’s most popular games, Epic’s Fortnite: Battle Royale. Like Fortnite, Apex Legends is free to download, and is designed as a last-man-standing “battle royale” title. “Since we launched Apex Legends last week on Monday we’ve seen the creation of an Apex Legends community that is excited, thriving, and full of great feedback and ideas,” Vince Zampella, head of Respawn Entertainment, which made Apex Legends and its predecessor, Titanfall, wrote in a blog post. “Our goal is to build this game with you, our community, so keep giving us your feedback because we really are listening.” Apex Legends: How to play the popular new Fortnite competitor. Fortnite: Your guide to the cultural phenomenon.
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