Players have been wondering whether alternate modes will come to Apex Legends, as the main competitors all have multiple modes including solos, duos, and four-person squads.
With Apex Legends' first tournament in the books, we're going to have to wait and see where it goes from here.
The Apex Legends Battle Passes will bring with it a host of new content to keep the game fresh.
Developed by Respawn Entertainment, a development studio Electronic Arts has owned since late 2017, Apex Legends features a similar battle royale-style of gameplay popularized by Fortnite. Fortnite managed it just once, while Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has done so several times - the FPS's major esports competitions are numerous most-watched events on the entire platform.
And Apex Legends appears to be growing fast.
An initial advantage over Call of Duty:Black Out and PUBG is that Apex is free-to-play.
Finally, the Xbox One had the biggest spike, with the Titanfall 2 player count averaging 2-3,000 to now reaching over 10,000! And of course, it's a true free-to-play game where you only need to spend money if you want characters and items quickly. While players land with no weapons, they quickly have to loot guns, grenades, shields and other items. But more choice is usually a good thing, especially when Apex Legends is a tad bare at the moment. But the point is that calling Apex Legends a success (at least at launch) would be an understatement. After this Apex Legends will show FPS counter on display in the chosen location while playing, along with every other game in Origin application.