Apex Legends The free Battle Royale game of Creators of Titanfall has passed 25 million registered players after only one week since its release. This was announced by Developer Respawn Entertainment Afternoon. The milestone shows how explosive the game has become in such a short time. Only three days after its release, Apex Legends passed 10 million players. In addition, last weekend's game saw "well over 2 million concurrent players," noted Respawn CEO Vince Zampella on Twitter .
Now, of course, the game is free and available on consoles and PCs, so these milestones are not easily comparable to the usual video game sales. However, compared to its biggest competitor, Fortnite Apex Legends seems to grow much faster, at least at this early stage. Epic Games, the developers behind Fortnite released the first metrics for their Battle Royale hit in January 201
Since then, Fortnite has grown in November of last year due to its iOS and Android versions as well as its cross-platform and cross-progression capabilities with over 200 million players. Both are items that have not planned by Apex Legends in the foreseeable future, Respawn said at a press event before the start of the game. So we were able to see Apex Legends see how the player at a certain point of time increased from the front, because he will never add smartphones to the mix.
Even so, for a shooter who relies so much on his success, as a break in tradition for Respawn's parent company EA, it's amazing how successful the game was in just seven days. Respawn has planned a lot for Apex Legends in the coming weeks. These include the first e-sports tournament to start tomorrow, a Valentine's Day prey for the end of this week and the start of the first season, and start your Battle Pass subscription in March.
"Since we launched Apex Legendslast week we have seen the founding of Apex Legends -liner, which is excited, thriving and full of great feedback and ideas. Our goal is to build this game together with you, our community. So please keep giving us your feedback because we really listen, "Zampella wrote in a blog post announcing the milestone.