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Apex Legends: Healing bug sends players up in the sky
Apex Legends is one of the hottest BR’s in gaming industry presently. The season 3 brought some new cool content to the game and with that a fresh assortment of bugs as well. Latest of these bugs are causing a whole new ruckus in the game.
Every Battle Royale’s one of the most crucial aspect is healing. The healing of the game is the core aspect on which the battles go around. Any kind of bug affecting this can seriously turn around how the fight will end.
One of the latest bugs is tied to healing element of the game. The players who were affected did take a video of the bug and uploaded to the Apex Legends subreddit.
Player who goes by the name of RoadkillSkull on reddit posted his video of playing as Caustic. The player when tried to heal was instantly teleported to the sky and was immobilised there. The player tried shooting but was quickly downed by enemies and after that he was again teleported back to the ground.
Take a look at the reddit post here –
This is not just one bug which is tied to the healing aspect of the game. There have been numerous instances where players couldn’t perform basic actions like opening a death box or manage their inventory after getting revived.
The devs haven’t responded to any of these bugs yet. There has been no official news or comments from the devs. The dev tracker also doesn’t show any of these bugs listed for debugging as well.
The number of bugs the game has presently is a big obstacle for the devs and it will be a mammoth task to debug them all with one update. The players have been getting pretty frustrated with the bugs and have been leaving the game because of the same reason.
We will update you here if there’s any news from the devs.
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