Respawn Entertainment has just released another update for the free-to-play Battle Royale, Apex Legends. Update 1.56 released on January 14 is mainly a stability and bug fixes that aim to make the game more smooth and playable universally on all platforms. No new feature has been added but users have reported that the game plays much more smoothly now.
Apex Legends is a free Battle Royale game developed by the same game studio that brought you acclaimed titles like Titanfall. Apex is known for its extremely fast-paced gameplay with an emphasis on unique character items and skills. With the addition of new characters with every Season and a sprawling E-Sports scene, the developers have been pouring in a lot of time to keep the game in tip-top shape.
Apex Legends Update 1.56 Patch Notes
The update has already been pushed out to the Steam Store for Apex Legends on the PC. While PS4 and Xbox users had to wait, the update is now available to download on the PS and Microsoft store, respectively as well. The Update is about 294 MB, with size variances found between all platforms.
The developers have not released an official change-log, but they did make a statement regarding Apex Legends Update 1.56:
We’ve pushed out a patch that improves stability and (hopefully) fixes the freezing issues. This issue in particular has been tricky for us to pin down consistently, but we are hopeful that we have addressed most of the cases where it happens.Respawn Entertainment
Therefore, it is quite clear to assume that the developers are working behind the scenes in trying to iron out any errors or stability glitches any platform is facing before they start prepping for their next-gen release.
This concludes everything you needed to know about Apex Legends January 14 Update 1.56. Stay tuned for more news!