Updated February 20, 2019: Respawn revealed the Havoc Energy assault rifle today. You can watch a lengthy trailer of the weapon below.
This month, Respawn Entertainment — now owned by EA — launched a battle royale experience called Apex Legends. There were rumors that it would be a free-to-play version of Titanfall, but it's more along the lines of Overwatch. The game seems to take place in the Titanfall universe, but it doesn't feature mechs or any other towering contraptions you can control. It's a standard run-and-gun shooter, where each character has various special abilities.
The developer keeps on releasing new content for the game, but in the past that's mostly been skins. Luckily, that's about to change very soon! Respawn just revealed a teaser trailer for a new weapon coming to Apex Legends tomorrow. The clip is quite short so it's hard to ascertain what type of weapon it is, but it looks like a Power light machine gun or some sort of hybrid weapon which has an assault rifle and shotgun mode. The shotgun seems to fire energy projectiles though. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more. Until then, speculate away!
Double the hop ups, double the fun! Here comes the Havoc: https://t.co/7pzKO4q7Ku pic.twitter.com/fFmJ3jASOXDouble the hop ups, double the fun! Here comes the Havoc: https://t.co/7pzKO4q7Ku pic.twitter.com/fFmJ3jASOX— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) February 20, 2019February 20, 2019
Today, the studio also announced that Apex Legends was coming to Twitch Prime. In order to redeem a few exclusive gifts, you have to link your Amazon Prime account to Twitch. Aside from five Apex Packs, you'll get the the legendary Omega Point Pathfinder costume. If you want this content, you can sign up for Amazon Prime here.
Do you play Apex Legends? What sort of weapon is this? Let us know.
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Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale game from Respawn Entertainment. Respawn is the team behind popular experiences like Titanfall and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
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