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Apex Legends, discovered a buff for Gibraltar

Apex Legends has been updated with the 1.1.1 patch. The update brought with it several changes for the characters of Gibraltar and Caustic, but not all changes were present in the known patch. Gibraltar and ...
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Apex Legends: let's analyze the new patch

Respawn Entertainment constantly follows Apex Legends to intercept bugs, imbalances and various problems. While taking it quite comfortably for their resolution and adding new content, with this new patch, the 1.1.1, Apex ...
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Fortnite will add the Reboot Van

Leaked during a stream and then confirmed by the developers themselves in the video you find at the bottom of the article, the Reboot Van will make its appearance on the battlefields from the next update. A new mechanic is therefore added to ...

Apex Legends, a penalty coming for those who leave their teammates?

After the release of the last Apex Legends patch yesterday, some users reported having received penalties for quitting the game when the team hadn't been all yet ...
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Apex Legends - details on the 1.1 update

Apex Legends has received a new patch on all platforms. The 1.1 update focuses on quality of life improvements and bug fixes. In particular, it is now possible to remain in the same ...

Apex, new legend during the Season 1

The Season 1 of Apex Legends has just begun and with its launch the first new legend was introduced: Octane. The updates, however, are not over and, before the end of the season, another ...
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Apex Legends: revenues for 92 million in a month

A recent SuperData research has estimated Apex Legends' earnings in its first month of release. The numbers reached by the Respawn battle royale are impressive: in just 30 days the title has ...

Apex: do you only want metals in the packs? Set Belgium as a region

If you are a dedicated Apex Legends player, this is the article you can't miss. As many of you will know, loot boxes have recently been banned in Belgium, considered real gambling ....

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