Last week, EA’s battle royale shooter Apex Legends Launched a “collection event,” shorthand for a limited-time setup that’s mostly about players buying cosmetic items from an in-game store. The only problem is that this time around, the massive update has made the game almost unplayable for many on consoles.
Without warning, battle royale shooters usually have tight and responsive controls – since Respawn is a known quantity for entertainment games. Titan fall and its reflection call of duty Legacy – has become slow, sluggish and often unresponsive. Worse, just playing the game in the dashboard and even when using other games can change your control inputs; Restarting the console seems to fix the problem.
We are continuing to investigate reports of input delays being experienced by some Xbox players. Thank you for your patience while we are working to resolve this.
— Respawn (@Respawn) June 27, 2022
I’ve said it a lot but I really love Apex, it has elements that keep bringing me back, but I’m just done. Respawn shows no interest in listening to most of its player base, only high profile streamers or “pros” having their voices heard and the changes they cry out for aren’t the best for the Apex community. I know I can’t be alone with this feeling. #top #top #devsdontcare #xbox
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Players complain the most on the Xbox Series X console, especially when paired with one of Microsoft’s elite gamepads. Without any specifics as to what the problem is, I can only describe what I’ve experienced, which is a combination of lag, as well as failed input detection that results in things like using burst weapons, changing direction. It can make things difficult to do. Or even lift things off the ground. After trying it out a bit over the weekend, I noticed input lag to be an issue when playing on the Xbox Series X and Series S, which have Elite 2 gamepads as well as the newer Xbox Series gamepads that include the Share button.
Acceptance of the problem by developers has been limited a couple of Reply to tweet last week And One Monday afternoon saying the team is continuing to investigate, However, not everyone who plays the game follows its official Twitter account or dug into the answers to find the opening statements, leaving many players in the dark as to what might happen while they use the controls. Let’s try to play competitive shooter that just doesn’t work.
Anyway, those who play the game are left to discover the problem themselves and pass on the possible solutions. I tried a few of them, like updating the controller firmware or not updating it or plugging the pad in with usb instead of playing wirelessly. One suggestion I haven’t been able to try is using an older Xbox One controller. Among them, plugging the gamepad in helped a bit, but it still wasn’t as responsive as it used to be. What I saw was in line with some reports posted on Reddit, where plugging in seemed to fix the failed input detection problem without resolving the lag and stutter. This post sheds light on how, after playing TopHe experienced input lag system-wide on the dashboard and in other games, which I noticed as well.
Oddly, it may not be the only game on Xbox with this issue, as mlb show 22 Players have complained about similar problems, but it was a problem that didn’t exist within Apex Legends Before last week’s update.
The recently launched Awakening event includes the opportunity to replay the popular Control Mode, which is new, or new-ish, for players to give the game’s characters a spin in a more forgiving Team Deathmatch-style setting. Also serves as an opportunity. Compared to the game’s standard Battle Royale or 3v3 Arena options.
It replaced one of the game’s original characters, Lifeline, with more healing abilities to go along a specific section on the map at the edge of the world, and one for those who collect all of its items. Valkyrie character access to special legacy items. The developers also made some much-awaited changes to the rank system of the game which will be effective soon. It would all be great if only playing games on Xbox weren’t such a painful experience, which feels like an insult to injury after last week’s update. Also cut off Xbox players for the morning hours, For some reason, the new version of the game began to download quickly on the console, and since the servers were not ready, it meant that you could not play this online game at all, and even attempt to launch it on Xbox enough to initiate the update.
Meanwhile, over Apex Legends Mobile (which is developed by a different team), players have much more than just working servers and controls. They have access to a mobile-exclusive legend, as well as the main game players are asking for. This includes abilities involving characters such as Thief Loba, who is able to use his ultimate ability to grab respawn banners for defeated teammates, or the “holographic trickster” Mirage sending decoys that kill their teammates instead of just themselves. look like.
with Top On a platform I typically use (and where I’ve unlocked many in-game items), I tried out the mobile version. It’s not enough to really hit the spot — even using an actual controller via Bluetooth — but I appreciate what the team behind it has been able to accomplish. Right now, it only shows where the original game is failing, both in terms of usability and communication about whatever problems it’s going through.