Apex Legends: Players discover bugs in the new World’s Edge Map
Apex Legends received one of its biggest update with Season 3. Season 3 introduced a whole lot of changes in the game including a whole new map. But it seems the new Season also came in with its fair share of bugs.
The new map is called the World’s Edge and is located on a different planet called the Talos. The new map is a Lava and Ice map and introduced a lot of changes like the addition of train. But players were quick to find out bugs in the new map.
Up until now, players have been reporting two bugs in the new map. One of them allows the players to go inside a rock and avoid taking damage. The other map bug allows the players to climb a tower without any footing to climb.
The videos of the glitches found its way on the Apex Legends subreddit. The video was posted by player who goes by the name of rawnoodles on Reddit. The spot was near the Rain Tunnel where the player encountered their enemy who jumped out of a rock and quickly downing one of the teammates, he got back inside the rock.
Although the players were able to seal the victory but it’s definitely one of the places on the matches to patch. Check out the video below –
The other bugged spot was found by player named SlashArbiter on Reddit. The place in the map is the dome between the two towers. Jumping in between the tower allows the players to climb up the towers by just jumping up.
Check out the video by the player here –
While Respawn hasn’t yet responded to any of these posts, they haven’t really even acknowledged that these bugs exist. Players have been abusing these bugs and even streamers have been seen using these bugs in their gameplays.
We do hope that the devs take notice of these bugs and fix them as soon as possible.
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