Respawn has released the patch notes for a recent PC update for the favorite Apex Legends game. The update has already rolled out because its primary goal is to fix the game crashed on PC. But, other patches would come out this week, all of them focusing on performance and stability.
“The game should now write an apex_crash.txt file to your My Documents folder when it crashes,” Jay Frechette, Respawn community manager, wrote in a Reddit blog post. “The apex_crash.txt files we got from players had a lot of information that we needed… We had never seen the crash in any of our internal testings before, but now we could finally reproduce the bug, and that meant we could find it and fix it.”
More updates would come to Apex Legends this week
Apex Legends will receive more updates this week. Frechette has not provided the specifics, but Respawn has listed several issued as they are working towards fixing bugs. If you are curious to see what those widespread problems are, we have a list below:
- FPS capped to 144: The intent was to cap to 300, but it was kept at 144 because of a bug. The company is aware of the issue, and they are looking into it.
- Hit reg issues: the company is aware, and it is testing a fix locally.
- Audio issues – Numerous issues received this feedback from the community. This stuff will be addressed as the developers are trying along with the sound guys to do so.
If you would like to try the Apex Legends Season 1: Wild Frontier battle pass, you can now purchase it. Season 1 adds Octane, the first post-launch add-on playable character of the game, which can also be bought. If you want the battle pass, you will need to get $9.50 out of your pocket because it costs 950 Apex Coins. You will be able to take advantage of a variety of rewards, such as stat trackers, cosmetic skins, Apex Coin, new Legend voice lines and XP drops.
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