Apex Legends Casuals Think Pros Are Ruining The Game

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Apex Legends Casuals Think Pros Are Ruining The Game

Apex Legends kicked off its fourteenth season, Hunted, this month. The latest content update adds a bunch of stuff to the game, including another playable character, tweaks to the OG Kings Canyon map, and a level cap increase. While this should be—and likely is—an exciting time for players of Respawn Entertainment’s battle royale shooter, the community is showing divisions between casuals and pros, each of whom think the other is ruining the game for everyone.

Launched in February 2019, Apex Legends has gone through a bevy of changes since then, moving to a seasonal model, and introducing new characters and weapons, as well as balance adjustments and map fixes to keep things lively. This has been to Respawn’s benefit as, despite a wayward effort to convince people to boycott the game for August, the game shattered concurrent player records just this week. That’s tight, except Apex Legends’ player base is now melting down over a variety of issues from visual glitches to battle pass woes to “constant voice spam.” However, one of the biggest complaints dominating the game’s subreddit is the “trash” matchmaking system that’s unfairly pitting casuals against pros (and other top-tier players up in the Apex Predator ranks).

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Much like the name suggests, an Apex Predator is the game’s seventh and highest rank. The top dogs. The best of the best. It’s awarded to those that truly master Apex Legends, reaching a ranked point (RP) score of over 15,000 and becoming one of the top 750 players on that particular platform. The rank of Apex Predator is a difficult mountain to climb, but it comes with an assortment of rank-specific cosmetic awards such as badges, charms, and dive trails.

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