Apex Legends is a game new enough for developer Respawn not to worry too much about balancing it for competitive play and esports. But the company has reportedly considered implementing an economy system to support competitive play in the future.
Twitch streamer Michael “shroud” Grzesiek revealed this when streaming Apex last night. He’s known for playtesting the game for Respawn before release, and he’s had contact with unreleased content such as the upcoming legend, Wattson.
In the system the company shared with shroud, there would be 10 matches played in a professional competition. Before each match started, players would have some money to buy weapons and gear for when they dropped, in a similar way to the buying stage of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The other mechanics of the game, such as being able to find guns on the floor, in crates, and from opponent’s bodies, would apparently remain the same.
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