Respawn dropped an Apex Legends patch on July 16 that fixes a variety of bugs, exploits, and crashes that have been affecting the game across all platforms.
The developers announced a client patch for Apex Legends was rolling out for all platforms that target a plethora of issues that players have been complaining about.
One thing, in particular, that wasn't addressed, by name at least, is the Code Leaf error that has been plaguing the game since Season 2 launched.
No new content is coming to the game with this patch but instead, it's only targeting persistent problems with how the game runs for players.
There are still several bugs still in the game that Respawn are aware of and can be found in their Trello page here. So while a number of big ones have been addressed, there is still some work to do.
Apex Legends tends to not have weekly updates like Fortnite does so players usually have to rely on Respawn to provide smaller and more sporadic updates.
Today's patch certainly isn't the biggest in the world but it does cover a lot of important issues that players across all platforms will appreciate as it makes the game better for everyone.
One major bug that was fixed is one that allowed the Havoc to rev up and fire without being fully charged. Users on Reddit pointed out this issue a lot to the point where it became an important fix as it had the chance to be game-changing.
You can read the full list of patch notes below for the July 16 patch below. We'll see you in King's Canyon!