Have you tried Apex Legends yet?
[Updated for Season 9]
Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts took the world by storm in February 2019 by introducing the free Battle Royale game – Apex Legends. If you haven’t heard about Apex yet – available on PlayStation® 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Origin and Steam – you’ll find a ton of Apex videos on YouTube or Twitch to get you up to speed.
Apex is now in its 9th season (May 4, 2021). Each season brings more maps, characters (Legends), weapons, updates, and treats. Here’s a Season 9 gameplay trailer video:
Apex Legends – Legacy Gameplay Trailer
Update: Now 100 Million players!
On April 15th, 2021, developer Respawn Entertainment announced that Apex has now reached 100 million players, with a new video on Twitter:
100 million strong, and we’re just getting started. Thank you, Legends! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/FlINru0lx5— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) April 14, 2021
I’m back into gaming!
I didn’t expect to get back into gaming so enthusiastically. At the age of 52, I can get annihilated by younger players in Apex. Either way, playing excited me enough to up my game, build a new PC, and get a new computer mouse. This year, I bought a gaming monitor – just for Apex Legends. I need to get a better video card, but Apex plays well on older cards, too.
Give Apex a try
Apex Legends is epic. I can’t recommend it enough for those who need to take a break from the norm. People I’ve introduced to Apex are now regular players. If you’ve got some time to fill, look no further. Apex Legends is free to play. Who wouldn’t recommend it?
See you on the battlefield! I’m the Chumpmaster.
Download Apex Legends from the official link below: