Titanfall studio Respawn will unveil Apex Legends this week: a battle royale game which, according to prolific rumours at the weekend, will be set in the Titanfall universe. Before the trailer dropped during the Super Bowl today, a Twitter account for the game was spotted and Geoff Keighley confirmed its existence.
Titanfall but battle royale but without the mechs: that's the word on the street about what we can expect from Apex Legends, the next game from Respawn Entertainment.
You can see the reveal for yourself on the brand new Play Apex Twitch channel, which we've embedded below. Another tipster remarked that the game is a mixture of Titanfall, Overwatch, and Blackout from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Other gameplay details revealed by Schreier also hinted at where EA are pitching the game, which is somewhere between Overwatch and Rainbow Six Siege.
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"Apex Legends will feature classes/heroes with unique abilities, maximum of 60 players per server, maximum of three players per team (trios) to compliment each other", Breslau continued.
Apex Legends will presumably feature the high-velocity parkour and traversal that made both Titanfall games so much fun to play - although the titans themselves will apparently be sitting this entry out. It's quite possible that this is just a spin-off that Respawn plans to release while it continues working on Titanfall 3.
DualShockers will be sure to keep you updated as more information comes out about the game during tomorrow's livestream.
Apex Legends is reportedly launching on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.