Just three days after it launched, Apex Legends has already hit 10 million players, with a peak concurrent player count of more than 1 million, developer Respawn Entertainment announced Thursday.
The battle royale game launched on Monday at the same time as it was revealed by Respawn Entertainment, the developers behind Titanfall. The game is free to play and is available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, which surely helped it reach a high number of players in such a short time — why not try a free game?
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