Apex Legends, a future battle royale game from Respawn Entertainment, will be coming to consoles in next-gen form. The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S will receive native 4K output as part of the upcoming update, which goes live tomorrow.
The ‘Warriors Collection’ event is a new patch that fixes a number of performance issues on Windows PCs. It is now possible to play at 60 frames per second (fps) with HDR enabled on PS5 and Xbox Series X and S consoles.
With the addition of native 4K output, higher resolution shadow maps, and better LOD (level of detail) distances for those on the PS5 and Xbox Series X, players can see far-off opponents and objects in greater detail. These three enhancements will not be available to the Series S.
A drop-down menu will appear for Apex Legends players who have the game installed on their PS5 by simply clicking the “Options” button in the Game Hub. Selecting ‘Select Version’ allows you to download the new PS5 version and then delete the old PS4 version to free up hard drive space for the new one. You’ll be able to carry over all of your progress, saves, and unlocks.
Because of Smart Delivery’s ability to instantly download the optimal version of the game, Xbox users don’t have to worry about such lengthy processes.
Control is a limited-time 9v9 game that allows players to team up and battle for control of Olympus (Storm Point), Kings Canyon (Stormy Point), and other areas on the map. On the official website, you may find out more about it.
Last week, a massive Apex Legends data dump on Reddit revealed the existence of nine upcoming characters and maps for the game. This new hero will be called Newcastle, and he or she will be a defense-based champion who can drag down and shield downed teammates until they are fully healed.
The remaining eight characters were not fully depicted, but their abilities could be tested in the training area. Information on various incomplete maps, including one dubbed Divided Moon, which had a monorail, was also found in the dump