Apex Legends™ - Octane Edition (Xbox Game EU)
Apex Legends - Octane Edition is jam-packed with cool features and additions. What makes the Octane Edition great is the fact that it comes with the Legendary Arachnoid Rush Octane skin, exclusive Violet Widow gun charm, legendary Archanoid Charge Rifle skin, exclusive venomous badge, as well as a thousand Apex coins.
The story starts after the Frontiers war is finally over. Decades of conflict between the militia and the IMC have halted, and the Frontier is finally enjoying some peace. However, the world has suffered many consequences because of the war. Because the people didn’t have a way to support themselves, most of them were forced to leave home.
Some individuals moved to the Outlands, which is a remote cluster of planets that were, fortunately, untouched by the war. However, even though the Outlands are full of life, there is still some danger lurking around the corner.
Aperx legends - Octane Edition is guaranteed to provide you with excitement and fun. Players will be able to collect various crafting materials to create new pieces of loot. Once they’ve collected enough, users can go over to the Replicator to choose higher-tiered loots.
World’s Edge has also been revamped by the creators. Now, users can observe geysers, changing leaves, as well as rocket sites that Hammond Robotics has deployed to transport resources from the planet. Lastly, users can complete daily and weekly challenges to boost their accounts and earn rewards like packs, XP boosts, and skins.
EA is ceasing development on Apex Legends Mobile and Battlefield Mobile
The publisher is shifting its strategy moving forward Electronic Arts is shuttering development on two of its mobile projects. Apex Legends Mobile is shutting down, and development on Battlefield Mobile is coming to a halt. In an update posted today, the publisher characterized this as a "strategic decision." In regards to Apex Legends Mobile, EA says that despite the strong start, the "ongoing experience was not going to meet the expectations" of players, and a mutual decision was made to sunset the mobile game. Apex Mobile was in development with Tencent subsidiary Lightspeed Studios. Meanwhile, Battlefield Mobile was still in development. The decision was made to pivot from the current direction towards one that will "best deliver" on EA's vision for the Battlefield franchise. "We remain highly committed to unlocking Battlefield's enormous potential," reads today's statement. "We're hard at work at evolving Battlefield 2042, are are in pre-production on our future Battlefield experiences at our studios across the globe." As part of Battlefield Mobile ending development, Industrial Toys—the studio working on it—is also closing down. Legends carry on Respawn and EA have outlined an FAQ on how the sunsetting of Apex Legends Mobile will go down. Starting today, there will be a 90-day window before Apex Mobile shuts down. As of January 31, or today, all real money in-app purchases are being disabled, and Apex will leave mobile webstores. During this time, players can spend any lingering Syndicate Gold and continue playing the game. Then on May 1, 2023, all operations will cease and the game will no longer be playable. No refunds will be offered for real money purchases. EA also notes this does not affect Apex Legends proper, which is independent of the mobile offering. On today's financial call, EA CEO Andrew Wilson did leave the door open for future attempts. "We have learned a great deal [from Apex Legends Mobile] and have plans to reimagine a connected Apex Mobile experience in the future," said Wilson (via IGN). For now, though, it seems like EA's mobile FPS ambitions are put on pause. The post EA is ceasing development on Apex Legends Mobile and Battlefield Mobile appeared first on Destructoid.
EA cancels development of Apex Legends Mobile, Battlefield Mobile
EA has announced the cancellation of Apex Legends Mobile and Battlefield Mobile, as well as the closure of developer Industrial Toys, which was working on the latter game. News of the cancellations arrived alongside EA's latest financial results, with the publisher saying it had opted to end development on Apex Legends Mobile - which launched last May - because the "ongoing experience was not going to meet the expectations of our players". A separate statement by Apex Legends studio Respawn Entertainment shed a little more light on the concerns surrounding the game's development, saying, "We aim to provide players with games that are consistently outstanding. Following a strong start, the content pipeline for Apex Legends Mobile has begun to fall short of that bar for quality, quantity, and cadence." Read more