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After previous speculation and reports (although pretty accurate), a brand new battle royale game based on Titanfall has been confirmed. With PUBG, Fortnite, and Call of Duty’s Blackout taking the world by storm over the last several years, it seems a new contender has entered the arena.

Produced by EA and developed by Respawn Entertainment, the game titled “Apex Legends” will be free-to-play and earn its revenue from micro-transactions. Micro-transactions have been the lifeblood of Epic’s Fortnite, allowing it to the spotlight in the gaming world in a short period of time.

According to reports, the game will feature teams of three battling in a map of 60 players for a total of 20 teams. Gameplay was related to that of a mix between Call of Duty’s Blackout and Rainbow 6 Siege. Blackout has met high acclaim as a battle royale since it’s release while Siege has made a name for itself in the esports space for the last year.

Respawn Entertainment confirmed its existence Sunday night via CEO Vince Zampella.

Several popular streamers previously under NDA were told they could share some photos and minor details regarding the game ahead of its November 4 reveal.

Joining Shroud are the likes of DrDisrespect, CourageJD, and more who all had the chance to try the game and provide their thoughts to the team behind it.

Zampella previously worked to create the Modern Warfare series of Call of Duty games under Infinity Ward. Following some legal issues with Activision, the game developer set out to start his own company and begin his work on Titanfall. Apex Legends is expected to be based on Titanfall.

The game is scheduled to be officially revealed at 12pm PT/2pm CT/3pm ET live on the games newly created and official Twitch channel:

At the time of this articles release, there are already 31,000 viewers waiting in anticipation.

You can also check the live stream from our page below:


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