Apex Legends is a cross-platform game, but it still doesn’t take full advantage of the new Sony and Microsoft consoles. Over a year after the release of PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, we haven’t received real next-gen updates for Apex Legends, but that looks set to change soon. Always according to the information playstation size twitter game účet, the PS5 version of Apex Legends (80 GB) has been added to the PlayStation database.
🚨 Apex Legends (PS5)
▶ ️ Download Size: +80 GB (No Update)
– Playstation Size (@playstationSize) January 14, 2022
Adding Apex Legends to the database now doesn’t mean it’ll start tomorrow, but it will likely roll out soon. It’s also almost certain that an updated version of the game will arrive simultaneously on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Insider MauroNL joined in and said that ports for this new console will include HD, graphics fidelity, and 120fps mode. Mauro’s record is a bit uncertain, so be sure to take these details with caution, but consider them.
Apex Legends Originals Coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S soon.
It includes high definition, higher graphics resolution and 120fps mode. pic.twitter.com/I2aEAZJHp2
– MauroNL (@MauroNL3) January 14, 2022
In search of a more solid source, Apex Legends producer Josh Medina recently confirmed that supporting the next generation of consoles is now a major priority for Apex developers Respawn Entertainment and Respawn Vancouver.
Before I go into full vacation mode… what do you want us to do in 2022 at the top or in the deep?
As you all know, the following happens:
– cross progress
– Next-generation console support
I’m starting in 2022, I want us to do more limited-time options or game mode 👀
– Josh Medina (@lowkeydbjosh) December 17, 2021
Apex Legends is now available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Switch and can be played with backward compatibility on Xbox Series X/S and PS5. The game is currently in the middle of the Dark Depths event – more details can be found here.
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