A Apex Legends is a worried Apex Legends is taking a similar route that eventually broke down once-popular battle royale H1Z1
Apex Legends came out of the gates strong when it launched back in February but it has significantly cooled off among Twitch streamers
When it first came out you would usually be able to find it near the top of the directory at any given time during the day but now you'll see it barrels hanging on the top 10.
Apex Legends could use a Lifeline right now
There are a variety of reasons why many of the big streamers have moved away from the title but popular streamer Dr Disrespect thinks it's because the game is giving away some H1Z1 vibes Fortune along with poor updates from developers, have basically run the game into the ground and it
Doctor is worried about the future of Apex
Dr Disrespect says the current state of Apex Legends is reminding him of the H1Z1 days, which is not a good thing to say. ] "It kind of reminds me of the H1Z1 days where people were really disliking how the changes were happening and what the community started turning into," he said. "I feel like even though Apex's community is not as strong or vibrant as H1Z1's once was I can feel things are starting to get to a point where people are getting it to this game to update."
He says the game is still "
"It does not matter if it's content or quality of optimization built around the game from getting rid of hackers to server quality." I hope EA is noticing that because they are sitting on a fun, fun product, "Doc said.
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On top of Doc's comparison of the H1Z1 and Apex, Ninja recently
There was a time when it was compared to H1Z1 was a good thing but that is not the case anymore. said Fortnite was going down and similar path
"I'm telling you man, they have to be careful," Ninja said . "They're getting too much at this point and [there are] still so many glitches in the game that need to be fixed."
H1Z1 has since been rebranded as Z1 Royale but has not yet brought the players back