Former Apex Legends Dev That Called Fans “Ass-Hats” Forms New Diverse Studio Named Gravity Well

Based in Los Angeles, California, the newly founded triple-A studio dubbed Gravity Well happens to be headed up by former Respawn Entertainment devs such as Drew McCoy and Jon Shiring. With remote work in mind, Gravity Well will also focus on diversity as its core. Continue reading “Former Apex Legends Dev That Called Fans “Ass-Hats” Forms New Diverse Studio Named Gravity Well”

Dev That Called Apex Legends Fans “Ass-Hats” And “Freeloaders” Is Leaving Respawn Entertainment

You might recall the name Drew McCoy, no? If not, he also goes by the name of “dko5” and is one of Respawn Entertainment’s founding developers. Well, as of today, McCoy is leaving the company after ten years and wants to continue work in the games industry, this is after calling gamers and fans of Apex Legends “ass-hats” and “freeloaders.” Continue reading “Dev That Called Apex Legends Fans “Ass-Hats” And “Freeloaders” Is Leaving Respawn Entertainment”

Apex Legends Season 4 Trailer Showcases Security Almost as Stupid as the Game’s Monetization Schemes

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Evil has reached an extremely sad state of affairs. We have these rank amateurs coming in thinking they can do Umbrella, OmniCorp, slash good old fashion black budget project with ease. Then everyone surprise Pikachus when these tossers get murdered like they’re the 30th pistachio in a binge. Continue reading “Apex Legends Season 4 Trailer Showcases Security Almost as Stupid as the Game’s Monetization Schemes”

Report Claims Fortnite U.S. July Revenue Down 52% Year-Over-Year

Despite Fortnite making mad money from in-game purchases and its live service, a new report has surfaced claiming that Epic Games’ battle royale title is still seeing a decline as of 2019. This time, the decline revolves around a year-over-year (YoY) revenue drop according to the U.S. market tracking firm Edison Trends. Continue reading “Report Claims Fortnite U.S. July Revenue Down 52% Year-Over-Year”

Apex Legends Developer Derides Community For Not Liking Expensive Cash Shop Packs

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Respawn Entertainment has come under fire recently for going after their community for not liking some of the changes in the recent update to Apex Legends. Their uncouth behavior didn’t quite go over so well with the local community, though. Continue reading “Apex Legends Developer Derides Community For Not Liking Expensive Cash Shop Packs”

Alinity’s Cheating Nontroversy

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Dexerto, the world’s largest provider of esports and new age entertainment news, videos and live broadcasting, recently ran an article about Alinity. The article’s title, TimTheTatman catches Alinity “stream sniping” in Apex Legends tournamentis a contender for worst click-bait of 2019. You see, while the headline is accurate, it isn’t exactly correct. Let’s take a quick look at just what the hell happened, why Dexerto is trying to make it into a big deal, and why you should care. Continue reading “Alinity’s Cheating Nontroversy”

Reports Claim EA Shares Tumble After Apex Legends Season 2 Launch

The “Fortnite killer” and “PUBG burier” looks to be doing the complete opposite and has reportedly inflicted some damage on Electronic Arts. That’s right, season 2 has started and looks to be short when it comes to meeting investor expectations according to new reports.
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Apex Legends’ Second Season Bringing Improved Battle Pass, New Character And Weapon

If there’s one complaint gamers had concerning the first season of Apex Legends, it’s that the game’s Battle Pass was nowhere near rewarding enough. The team at Respawn Entertainment and EA are addressing that in the upcoming second season and, at the same time, they’ll be introducing a new playable character, new weapon, map changes and more. Continue reading “Apex Legends’ Second Season Bringing Improved Battle Pass, New Character And Weapon”

EA Admits That Anthem Did Not Meet The 5 Million Projected Figures And Went Broke

It’s that time again where NASDAQ: EA announces its preliminary financial results for its fourth fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended March 31st, 2019. According to the new report, things aren’t looking too good for Electronic Arts when it comes to Anthem’s figures. Continue reading “EA Admits That Anthem Did Not Meet The 5 Million Projected Figures And Went Broke”

Karupups Suspended From Twitch For “Hateful Conduct” After Cosplaying As Apex Legends Character

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Lithuanian Twitch streamer and cosplayer, Karina “Karupups” Martsinkevich, was suspended from Twitch for 30 days for darkening her skin in order to cosplay as Lifeline from Respawn Entertainment’s Apex Legends. Continue reading “Karupups Suspended From Twitch For “Hateful Conduct” After Cosplaying As Apex Legends Character”

Apex Legends Introduces New Hero, Wild Frontier Season This Week

“Wild Frontier” is officially dropping into Apex Legends, introducing the game’s first season of competitive play, fresh loot, and the popular battle royal game’s first brand new Legend, Octane. Continue reading “Apex Legends Introduces New Hero, Wild Frontier Season This Week”

Apex Legends Brings Battle Royal Action To PS4, Xbox One And PC

First leaked by YouTuber The Quartering, Apex Legends is indeed real and is the works of Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment. The free-to-play battle royale game boasting 60 players and current year diversity characters is not only free to play, but the title is also available to pick up right now across PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Continue reading “Apex Legends Brings Battle Royal Action To PS4, Xbox One And PC”