How To Fix Apex Legends Cloud Syncing Error on PC

Kelley Robertson
February 10, 2019

Apex Legends has taken the gaming world by storm since its surprise launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game has been downloaded over 10 million times in the first 72 hours of its availability, with 1 million concurrent accounts playing during launch week. Crafting Metal in Apex Legends on the other hand can be spent on unlocking any cosmetic you want, from Legend skins to banner poses and voice lines. But, unfortunately, as of right now, this Battle Royale game only has one mode and that's trios.

While the aforementioned event doesn't indicate Epic Games feels threatened by Apex Legends, it does mean there is a sense of competition, which is great for the consumer. Crafting Metal seems to drop very frequently from them though - for better or for worse - so the more Apex Packs you open, the more Crafting Metal you're going to accrue. Doing this should see a tick appear next to your username above your chosen Legend, replacing your Player Level. Seeing as both titles are free-to-play Battle Royale games, this is not a surprising business decision for Epic Games to make. That number was confirmed by Respawn Entertainment's Vince Zampella via Twitter. The only way you can get more Crafting Metal is by opening Apex Packs, which are the small loot crate robots. Respawn has been clear that the game isn't a sequel to Titanfall 2 and that more is coming in the Titanfall universe in the future.

When you're at the Lobby screen in Apex Legends, all you'll need to do is hit the Triangle/ Y button to ready up and begin the game.

Respawn has also promised new maps, although there's now no timeframe.

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