Apex Legends update fixes Masters matchmaking and Charge Rifle exploit
Respawn Entertainment has released a small update for Apex Legends that fixes a couple of bugs in the game.
To start with, players at Masters and Apex Predator in ranked should now be able to find a game properly. Additionally, players should no longer receive an abandon penalty in Arenas when it was the other team who left. Finally, an exploit used by cheaters to infinitly fire the Charge Rifle should no longer be possible.
In other news, Respawn recently kicked off the Genesis Collection Event in Apex. The limited-time event brings back Season 0 Kings Canyon and Season 3 World’s Edge, adds Skull Town as an Arenas map, and introduces a number of new cosmetics to unlock.
Apex Legends is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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