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The latest Apex Legends update aims to further reduce the crashes that have been spoiling the game for many players in recent weeks.
Developer Respawn has been battling significant server issues since the release of the game’s 10.1 patch earlier this month, including players being unable to load into a lobby after updating the title.
“Despite improvements” on September 17, the studio said it was “still seeing roughly three times the normal rate of disconnect errors” in the game.
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Respawn released a patch on Monday which it said “should meaningfully address teleporting, packet loss, and lag”, but added that it was “still continuing to work through issues causing higher-than-normal crashes”.
The game’s latest update, which was released on Wednesday, “fixes numerous bugs, including some that can cause crashes and disconnects”, the studio said.
Respawn also said: “We’ve pushed some server-side changes that should solve issues with slow-mo servers and poor performance.”
Apex Legends Season 10, Emergence, launched on August 3, introducing new Legend Seer, the Rampage LMG and an updated World’s Edge map.
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Respawn said in August that it’s still planning to release a next-gen update for Apex Legends but that it isn’t yet ready to commit to a launch window. It also confirmed that support for cross progression is coming in 2022.