In a chat with BrownGirlGamerCode, Apex Legends game director Chad Grenier recently highlighted plans to add a private match feature in a future update to the game.
Apex Legends is in a position to move on from the drop in surprises to 2019, and the Respawn Entertainment community is receptive. The Apex community has been quite vocal about implementing a private lobby function for all players worldwide, not just tournaments. It looks like the request will finally be accepted.
This method allows administrators to create private lobbies after receiving Respawn Entertainment’s administrator codes.
Apex Legends finally gets a private lobby for all players.
Game director Chad Grenier elaborated on the implementation of the new feature, but claimed that there is currently no timeline for it. Apex Legends usually makes big changes like this with the release of a new season.
During the conversation the following was mentioned:
“We have given this support. [for tournament mode] Also cross-play, so it can be used on console and computer, or in mixed lobbies using cross-play. We are working hard to make it public. I don’t have a timeline, but we try to do it as soon as possible, where we offer a private matching feature available to everyone who plays Apex. “
Although the feature’s release date or timeline has not been confirmed, fans are quite excited about the prospect of a closed lobby. Private match lobbies have been part of Xbox Live’s online multiplayer style since day one, and were missing in Apex Legends.
Private match lobbies are essential to the local multiplayer experience, and Apex Legends is ready to add such a feature. Season 9 of Apex Legends should arrive on May 3.
Posted on April 4, 2021 at 6:00 pm IST