Like many other Battle Royale games with the hype and popularity comes the drawbacks and the bugs that such games have that can affect the playing experience drastically. Apex Legends is the talk of the town and the most popular Battle Royale game out there in the genre. Since it is a game that is still in the early stage of its life cycle there are plenty of areas of the game that can be worked upon and improved to further make the playing experience even more enjoyable.
However, with most of the Battle Royale games, there are plenty of game-breaking bugs that need to be addressed such as a very annoying yet important feature that Apex Legends lacks – the reconnecting feature. You may have found yourself in a match and then having your game crash on you just waiting idly for your buddies to finish the game they have begun which you have crashed out of and can not reconnect to since Apex Legends does not have the feature as of yet. With that being said we won’t be seeing a reconnect feature in the game any time soon either. Respawn has reached out to gamers that have voiced their concerns regarding the matter on Reddit. Respawn has said that “We’ve heard the suggestions from you folks asking for a reconnect to match feature. We are currently not pursuing this for a
Having addressed the issue, there is a slight bit of disappointment on the matter since the reconnect feature does feel something that needs to be there in a battle royale game where the experience is enhance by playing with friends and when one friend or lobby partner has crashed out of the game it just seems like a waste of time and also a disadvantage in games when you’re a man down to begin with. Although Respawn has valid reasons why they will not be working on the feature anytime soon, I do feel that Respawn may need to reconsider and work around a solution to addressing the issue in a different manner altogether.
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