Apex Legends: Weird bug lets dead players spy for teammates
Battle Royale games have been gaining immense popularity and there are so many BR based Games. Apex Legends is a popular BR game developed by Respawn Entertainment. Launched in 2019 the game currently has over 70 million players globally.
Because of its unique approach to Battle Royale, the game has gained a huge fan base.
It’s almost been a year the game has been launched and one of the most annoying things about the game is the end number of bugs that keep plaguing the game. From annoying login issues to irritating respawn and healing bugs as well. None the less these bugs get reported and fixed as well.
Coming to the present day, here’s a new bug that adds to advantage to a team if anyone of its members dies or fail to respawn. Usually, when a team member dies, they are directed to the remaining member’s camera view, i.e the first-person mode.
But now, instead of directing it like how it should usually go, the dead team member gets a free-roam camera view wherein he is able to sneak a peek for his teammates and give them a heads up on the opponent’s team and their moves – which basically means getting into the blind spot of the opposite team and attacking them.
Players are outraged with all the bugs that keep popping up. Here is what a few players had to say :
What happened to the game ??
This game used to be one of the most polished games I’ve ever seen , now its just lag , crashes , glitches and bugs , what happened respawn ?? And what annoys me the most is that they still didn’t do a thing about it.
wow! not another bug in apex that won’t be patched for weeks!!!
So far there has been no official acknowledgement from either Respawn Entertainment or Apex Legends. But we’re keeping a close watch and will keep you updated as and when there is any development on the matter.
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