Published: Tue, February 19, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Players are mistakenly paying for Apex Construct, thinking it's Apex Legends

Players are mistakenly paying for Apex Construct, thinking it's Apex Legends

Apex Legends may have only launched two weeks ago but we're already eagerly anticipating the first major content drop from developer Respawn Entertainment.

Respawn's Apex Legends is a very popular, albeit young game.

Fast Travel Games communications manager Andreas Juliusson shared the freaky news on Reddit.

It's a clunky process, and Frechette has reassured fans that Respawn has heard their feedback about the need for an in-game report feature.

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With multiple dataminers pulling these names out, it seems like a safe bet that they're coming - though as always, you should take leaks with caution. The post doesn't mention anything about solo or duo modes, so it's probably not coming in this update. The fast-paced action and sleek movement with character abilities and the added fact that the game is free to play has helped it gain huge popularity among other battle royale games.

Facepalm: Players, primarily in China, are mistakenly paying $30 for Apex Construct, thinking it's Apex Legends, the latest phenomenon in free-to-play battle royale games. Despite being just two weeks old, the game saw a surge in popularity, accumulating more than 25 million players in that time span.

If you've been following gaming news at all over the past year or so, you'll know that the most consistent updates (which lead to some of the biggest conversations in the industry) come from leaks and dataminers, who drill into game files to uncover unannounced modes or cosmetics ahead of their scheduled release.

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