Alternative products to Apex Legends

8 alternative and related products to Apex Legends

Apex Legends
A free, squad-based battle royale

Master an ever-growing roster of diverse legends, deep tactical squad play, and bold new innovations that level-up the Battle Royale experience—all within a rugged world where anything goes. Welcome to the next evolution of Battle Royale.

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Blizzard's latest epic. A hero shooter.

Overwatch is an epic shooting game from Blizzard, and one of the hottest esports competitive franchises to date. As of October 2017, Overwatch had 35 million players worldwide.

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(CNN) -- Gamers rejoiced over news that Blizzard Entertainment, the company behind popular role-playing game "World of Warcraft," plans to release its first new franchise in 17 years. " Overwatch" is a team-based shooter game for computers set in a cartoonish version of the not-so-distant future in which a reformed band of heroes battles evil across the plan… See more
Sep 3, 2017 Jacob WolfESPN Staff Writer Close Staff Writer for Reports across multiple games, including League of Legends, Super Smash Bros., Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Call of Duty. Specializes in investigative reporting North American Overwatch star Jay "sinatraa" Won has signed a $150,000-per-year contract with NRG Esports and joined N… See more
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A blockchain battle royale from the CryptoKitties team

Cheeze Wizards is a crypto-native experiment where players use ether to summon Wizards to compete in a global tournament for the title — and prize — of Big Cheeze. Every Wizard is a non-fungible token that players can collect and duel.

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A brand new Halo game arriving in 2020

The Master Chief returns in Halo Infinite – the next chapter of the legendary franchise beginning holiday 2020! Developed by 343 Industries for the entire Xbox family of devices, including Project Scarlett and Windows PCs.

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At the end of the Xbox E3 2019 press conference, Microsoft finally gave us another look at the highly anticipated Xbox and PC shooter Halo Infinite. The game was first teased during last year's E3, but Microsoft and developer 343 Studios have remained relatively quiet about the sixth mainline Halo entry since then.
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Microsoft first teased its new Halo Infinite game at E3 last year, and it's back again this year to provide some more glimpses of Master Chief in action. Halo Infinite appears to be an open-world version of Halo, and last year's teaser showed Master Chief slotting what might be Cortana into the back of his helmet.
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The original battle royale style game

The official mobile version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is here!App Store's Best of 2018 and 2018 Mobile Game of the Year at Golden Joystick AwardsDeveloped in Unreal Engine 4, it is a faithful port of the PC version, complete with all the maps

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Tech giant Tencent has dropped the hugely popular mobile version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in China after failing to secure a license from the government to collect revenues from the game. Instead, the company is migrating users over to a similar title, Heping Jingying or Elite Force for Peace, reports and the Financial Times .
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Zynga's new battle royale exclusive to Snap Games 👾

Tiny Royale™ is a bite sized battle royale style game available now on Snapchat!

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Social gaming firm Zynga has launched its fast-paced battle royale game, Tiny Royale, as an exclusive on Snapchat. It'll be part of Snap Games, the messaging app's new multiplayer gaming platform, and it's the latest in the messaging industry's attempt to cash in on the riches and engagement associated with games.
As you might expect with a battle royale title, you'll face off against other players to become the last player or team left standing on a rapidly shrinking battlefield. Matches will take place between up to 30 players, and you can team up with friends in squads of up to four players.
Zynga the casual games developer which once rode Facebook's platform to popularity and riches is now turning its attention to Snap for growth. Today, the gaming company is launching its new battle royale game, Tiny Royale, exclusively on Snap's gaming platform, Snap Games. A multiplayer...
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The living, action building game from Epic Games.

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Epic Games was sued today by the parent of an underage player in California who are claiming that Fortnite Save the World's original blind-draw loot box mechanics were unfair and deceptive to consumers.
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Epic Games urged a judge to dismiss a lawsuit by rapper Terrence "2 Milly" Ferguson, who accused Epic of copying his "Milly Rock" dance moves in a Fortnite player emote. Epic responded to Ferguson's complaint with a long list of legal defenses - including the claim that its dance emote, known as " Swipe It," isn't even using the same moves.
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A roller derby game made by Ubisoft

The Roller Champions E3 Demo is now available to play for free on Uplay PC, from June 10 to 14!
Gather your friends, dive in and compete against other players in the arena to claim victory!

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Ubisoft made Roller Champions official during its presentation at E3 2019, after details about the game leaked back in May. Roller Champions is a roller derby-inspired game - which also reminds us a bit of the game in Alita: Battle Angel (albeit with a lot less violence) - in which two groups of three players race around a track, trying to keep possession of… See more
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Ubisoft is announcing a roller derby game called Roller Champions, and a PC-only pre-alpha preview is available today. Roller Champions is described as a team-based, player-versus-player sports game where players work their way up from street derby leagues to championships.
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