Do you need PlayStation Plus to play Apex Legends on PlayStation 4?

Do you need PlayStation Plus to play Apex Legends on PlayStation 4?

Unfortunately, Apex Legends fans could face a similarly agonising wait until the title appears on the latest-generation Nintendo console, which can be played on a HD TV via the bundled dock, or on-the-go using the built-in 720p touchscreen.

"Apex Legends" signed up 10 million players within three days of its launch, EA said last week, a milestone that Fortnite had taken two weeks to reach. Because Fortnite has been the standard for battle royale games, the mobilization to Apex Legends this past week resulted in a mass exodus for Fortnite.

Apex Legends continues to grow.

Much of Fortnite's success can be attributed to its support for so many platforms; it can now be played on Nintendo Switch and even Android and iOS, where it has no competition from EA for now. There's many more reasons why it could be the next Fortnite that just those, so enjoy the video and don't forget to subscribe to CBR for more Fortnite content.

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Some clever bods have been poking about in the game code and discovered hints at the potential for both duo and solo player modes, meaning you can get stuck into the game even if you only have a smaller group or your friends aren't around. The game borrows many elements from Massive Online Battle Area (MOBA) titles like Dota 2 and League of Legends, by introducing six default and two unlockable Legends each with a unique tactical, passive and ultimate ability. People keep saying, 'Why doesn't Sony allow more people to have it?' There's nothing truly groundbreaking here, but it's the vast amount of little things that Apex does extremely well that makes it stand out from the rest.

Apex Legends is an exciting, smooth experience shaking up the battle royale community.

So, the question that is on everyone's mind, is Apex Legends really "the Fortnite Killer"? The more important questions is, how long can it last on-top?

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