Apex Legends is one of the most popular battle royale games out there, and even two years after its launch, it shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The game has witnessed exponential growth over the years, and Respawn Entertainment has done a pretty fine job of keeping the game updated.
We have been receiving a patch for the game almost everyday these days, which focuses on various bugs and quality of life improvements. A number of bugs popped up after the Chaos Theory event, and Respawn Entertainment has been actively working on fixing those bugs.
Today, Respawn Entertainment has released a new patch for Apex Legends which is now live across all platforms. The update isn’t a major one but it rather focuses on some subtle fixes. These range from crash fixes which includes one related to explosive holds. Here are the complete patch notes of the update.
Apex Legends March 29 Update Today – Patch Notes
Like we mentioned earlier, the update isn’t a major one so there isn’t a proper patch notes for this one. However, the twitter account of Respawn Entertainment details the various stuff which players can expect from the latest patch.
- Fixed some crashes, including one tied to explosive holds
- Resolved some “OUT OF STRING MEM” errors
- Fixed some menu overlap issues on Switch
- Other various stability fixes
More Apex Legends
Lately, the developers have been mulling buffing one of the newest characters in the game, Fuse. Fuse quickly became popular in the game, and it seems like its usage will rise in the days to come with a buff coming in the near future. You can read more about the Fuse buff in our article here.
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