For as of now, Apex Legends players are presently experiencing the 2022 iteration of Fight or Fright event for the battle royale. However, besides the Revenant-centered Shadow Royale to be the newest thing for the title, more is just coming in less than fourteen days. That's the game arriving to Steam.
In a new blog post, Respawn Entertainment announces that users residing around the Valve storefront can finally drop into King's Canyon or World's Edge in the first week of November. The version will ship at the launch of Season 7 as well that has yet to be properly briefed. Additionally, the studio also tells the Nintendo Switch version is going to be ushered to a different 2022 release window.
It only agreed to be this month the ESRB rated Apex Legends for Nintendo Switch which initially suggested the version is near to shipping. However, the developer explains that more time is required to properly encapture the Apex Legends experience.
Respawn Entertainment further reiterates on the Nintendo Switch version by echoing any time it will release – cross-platform play is going to be on day one. As to when it could ship, it is best to guess that is outside of Season 7 territory for the time being and possibly even more on.
As for the approaching Steam version, the game is going to be free, obviously. However for users looking to catch up, look no further than the Apex Legends: Champion Edition. The $39.99 bundle includes all Legends alongside the growing season 7 addition with 1000 Apex Coins ($10) along with a selection of unique in-game cosmetics. Read the full rundown from the version by heading here.
Are you choosing to play Apex Legends on either Steam or Nintendo Switch?
Apex Legends is on its way to Steam on November 4, 2022 and Nintendo Switch in 2022; out let's focus on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Origin.