Maybe don’t pose any more
Apex Legends Players are being advised to avoid using Epic poses, as a bug is causing crashes for players who use them frequently.
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as seen pcgamenRespawn Entertainment has “identified an issue with animated epic poses that could cause crashes”.
The problem means that using the animated epic pose may crash Apex Legends – Not only for the player using one, but for everyone else in the lobby.
Addressing this issue, Respawn Entertainment has published an in-game message recommending that players ignore Epic Pose due to the risk of crashing games. This temporary action is being taken until the bug can be properly fixed, with Respawn saying that “a full fix is scheduled for next week”.
We just published this message in-game to help reduce crashes called by animated poses. Tell your friends!
A full revamp is scheduled for next week. pic.twitter.com/mXguAzBvN3
— Respawn (@Respawn) 15 October 2021
Earlier in the month, Respawn Entertainment said the team was trying to strike a balance within the game’s ranked arenas mode, as players unfairly matched against players with very high or low ranks.
“We have some matchmaking and AP improvements in the pipe and will certainly keep updating as we go forward. I know of at least one bug that we are investigating and hopefully will be fixed soon”, said senior designer Robert West.
Apex Legends The fan-favorite Monsters Within event, a Halloween mode that runs from October 12th to November 2nd. A “shadow-form to exact revenge and help the surviving squadmates”.
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