When it comes to online games, the launch of Apex Legends has been quite impressive. Apex Legends, which came out of nowhere from the players' point of view and was launched at the same time, had relatively few problems and obstacles to play. While other games have experienced connection problems and server problems, Apex Legends has not generally encountered the same type of problems that online games often encounter when they are embarking on the market.
However, a problem seems to affect Apex readers from all walks of life, especially on PCs. This is the problem of game crashes. Apex Legends often hangs during the game, perhaps because of graphics or stability issues, perhaps because of a brief loss of connectivity. Apex community members shared their problems on the forums and tried to solve the problems, but they still occur at a worrying frequency.
We do not really know what causes the collisions or how to prevent them, and they are generally quite debilitating. There is nothing worse than getting ready for the final match of a match, but only losing a member of your team after a fall and getting stuck in a fight at a disadvantage.
The Apex crashes seem to be one of the biggest problems that the young player faces. Respawn Entertainment noted that he was working on solutions to problems, and things seem a little better at this stage. We noticed that players who remained in the game tend to recover more often since the last update of Apex Legends, rather than just crashing and disconnecting completely from a match . But accidents still happen quite frequently and they can totally destroy a match.
Although Respawn is looking for a fix for the crash problem, it could make a significant change to Apex Legends, which would alleviate the problem and improve the game: let the players join the games when they disconnect. This is a feature already included in other shooter and royal battle games, like Overwatch and BattleUnknown, and it dramatically improves the quality of life when something is wrong with connectivity and d other problems.
Allowing players who have been eliminated to roll back would make it much easier to handle crashes, but it would also greatly improve the quality of the game for players who suffer themselves without any fault on their part. The idea of allowing players to join is also consistent with one of Respawn's innovations in the Royal Battle genre. The game already allows the teams to rescue the eliminated players by giving them a second chance to win. The reconnection to a game that you have abandoned without fail on your part also corresponds to this line of thought.
In fact, the reappearance system could be a useful workaround if Respawn discovers that allowing players to directly join the game creates an unfair advantage. If players can not return directly to the game as their former dead characters, Apex could allow the squads to retrieve their teammates' banners. Thus, disconnected players and their teams always have a chance, but they do not necessarily do it. gain an unfair advantage over squads with strong ties.
Of course, it would be far better if Respawn could determine the cause of the accidents and solve the problem, or inform the rest of us of how we can modify our systems to minimize the problem. But the possibility of joining games would help at least. That's the only thing Respawn could do immediately to make Apex Legends more fun for the people who take these championships seriously.