Apex Legends has only been out one week, but it’s already taken the gaming world by storm.
Available as a free download on PS4, Xbox One and PC, Apex Legends has already attracted more than 10 million players.
But what we all really want to know is if and when Apex Legends will be available on Nintendo Switch.
There’s no official Apex Legends Nintendo Switch release date to speak of, but there are signs that the game will come to the Nintendo console.
In an interview with Eurogamer, lead producer Drew McCoy said that although there’s “nothing [they] can currently talk about”, the studio would love to bring the game to Switch.
Battle Royale blockbuster Fortnite has successfully made the transition to Switch, so there’s always a chance Apex Legends will follow.
Respawn is also planning to add cross-play support between platforms, something Nintendo has encouraged with the likes of Minecraft and Fortnite.
Elsewhere, a new Apex Legend leak suggests that solo and duo play is on the cards.
While it’s worth taking with a pinch of salt, game files were allegedly discovered in the PC version (via Dexerto).
The files make mention of a solo mode and two-person squads.
Respawn CEO Vince Zampella hasn’t ruled out the addition of solo and duos, so watch this space for more information.
One thing that is for sure is that Apex Legends will be supported with new content in the coming weeks and months.
A special Battle Pass will launch in March, complete with new weapons, items and other rewards.
New Legends are also pencilled in for 2019, alongside cross-platform play.
Respawn has also promised new maps, although there’s currently no timeframe.
Published at Mon, 11 Feb 2019 13:32:00 +0000