What you need to know
- Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale game with a lot of variety.
- Today, players noticed that dragons were stealing chests.
- The dragons appear to be part of an event and it's unclear if they're permanent additions.
- You can download the game for free through the Microsoft Store.
Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale game that has garnered tremendous popularity in recent months. Unfortunately, the process hasn't been that smooth, and Respawn Entertainment has been criticized for its poor communication, cheating problems, and other issues.
While many of these concerns still exist, the game is as unpredictable as ever when it comes to content. According to a report by PC Gamer, dragons have started appearing in the game and they're stealing chests.
Respawn teased this feature during E3 2019, but many expected it for a later season. It's shocking and hilarious at the same time. If you still play Apex Legends, make sure these creatures don't steal your loot.
It's unclear if this is a permanent feature or a time-limited event. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more. The game needs more events like this because you never know what's going to happen next.
The main game
The latest free-to-play battle royale game
Apex Legends is the latest in the battle royale craze using a free-to-play model. With excellent squad-based gameplay, fast action, great-looking visuals, and now over 50 million players, Apex Legends is fast becoming a battle royale game to beat.
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