Whispers have been floating around the internet for a couple of days now but the true Apex Legends reveal is upon us. Respawn Entertainment will be taking to Twitch to unveil their new game, Apex Legends, a battle royale experience rumored to be set in the Titanfall universe. To get the low-down on what this game is all about, you’ll need to tune in to the stream.
Where to watch Apex Legends battle royale stream
Apex Legends will be streamed via Twitch on the PlayApex channel on February 4th at 8 AM PST / 11 AM EST. This will be the first time Apex Legends will be seen by the general public, though knowledge of Respawn’s next title leaked a couple of days ago.
Existence of Apex Legends came at the reporting of TheQuartering who revealed information thanks to some unnamed sources. What we’ll see on Monday’s stream is currently unknown, but if what TheQuartering reports is accurate, Apex Legends looks to be a battle royale title that focuses on 3-player teams with players using hero abilities.
This sets Apex Legends up to compete with the likes of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Blackout, and to an extent, Fortnite. Given the style of games developed by Respawn, it’s safe to assume that Apex Legends will fall more in favor with those who prefer the likes of Call of Duty and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, if only for the aesthetic.
The official reveal stream for Apex Legends is only a few hours away, so place your bets now on what we’ll be seeing once it all kicks off Monday at 8 AM PST / 11 AM EST. You can watch the stream right here, and to keep up to date on Apex Legends and whatever else Respawn Entertainment is up to (fingers crossed for a Titanfall 3), lock your sights on Shacknews.