CompLexity Gaming organization recruits a professional Apex Legends squad. The club has signed contracts with three former members of the H1Z1 Pro League. The new players of the team are Americans Gabe Gabeismon Branell, Ryan Reptar Boyd and Kyle Kyraig Creig.
Gabeismon Branell in the past was a professional H1Z1 player. He previously competed for Noble and SoaR Gaming. In 2016, he also participated in CS: GO LAN tournaments. Ryan Reptar Boyd formerly represented Tempo Storm, World Best Gaming and Team Gates in H1Z1. While, Kyle Kyraig Creig also switched from H1Z1 to Apex Legends. In the past, he played for SoaR Gaming, Azio Esports, Team Gates and Gankstars. CompLexity Gaming started looking for players on Apex Legends almost immediately after the game was released.
— compLexity Gaming (@compLexity) April 18, 2019
In the meantime, Timothy Overpowered Liang became the fifth member of the Cloud9 lineup of Apex Legends. This was reported by representatives of the team in social networks. He finished at second place at the Twitch Rivals Apex Legends Challenge for North America, which took place on February 19. He also finished third in the Rematch tournament from the streaming service.
Cloud9 was looking to the lineup of Apex Legends since February 2019. In addition to Overpowered, the team includes Jamison PVPX Moore, Gregory Grego McAllen, Joseph Frexs Sanchez, and Justin Chappie Andrews. The publisher of the game Electronic Arts has not yet announced plans to develop the eSports scene of the “royal battle”.
During this time, many American organizations have already managed to assemble their teams. Among them were NRG Esports, Team SoloMid, Team Liquid, and others.
— Cloud9 (@Cloud9) March 21, 2019
Path 1.1.1 Changes
Recently Apex Legends released the update 1.1.1 for the battle royale. In the patch, the developer buffed Caustic and Gibraltar. The two legends have bigger hitboxes compared to the other legends. So the developer decided to compensate them, by giving them a passive that grants a 10% bonus reduction.
The developer has also introduced changes to the in-game weapons. They have decided to make the snipers less effective by reducing the damage on the legs. Meanwhile, the weapon works perfectly on the other body parts. This is done to encourage the sniper to hit their shot perfectly. Meanwhile, the developer has reduced the magazine size of the Wingman. Since they believed that the bullets are too strong. The base damage of Spitfire has also been reduced along with the magazine size.
We've got a patch going live today at 10am PST introducing balance changes to some Legends & weapons and kicking off our first Battle Pass XP boost event. Check out the full patch notes here: https://t.co/gI7rv7Tnig pic.twitter.com/4Qtx8yQ7BJ
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) April 16, 2019
We hoped more changes from the developers but we have to settle for these minor changes. Respawn should focus on delivering new content instead of playing around with the old stuff. Apex Legends is the new Battle Royale from Respawn Entertainment, released for free for PC, Xbox One and PS4. The game arrives as one of the big competitors of the phenomenon Fortnite, available for the same platforms, besides the Nintendo Switch, Android and IOS.