EA are adding another option to the menu for those looking to pick up their sci-fi battle royale game with a side of extra content.
Lenovo are partnering with battle royale shooter Apex Legends in order to boost the profile of their Legion gaming PC range.
Apex Legends is a battle royale shooter with smart touches and creative zest that makes it more approachable, forgiving and strategically rich. Will it have staying power? That's a harder question to answer.
We’ll help guide you through each of these questions and teach you what you need to know about Apex Legends so that you can jump into King’s Canyon without being overwhelmed and become the champion you were destined to become.
Whether you’re partial to free-to-play battle royales, AAA releases or indie darlings, there was plenty to sink your time into this month.
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