While you can battle it out in Apex Legends in either a duo or trio, one fan has created an idea for a limited-time mode (LTM) that would be the perfect way to introduce quads.
As Apex Legends continues to go from strength to strength and its roster of quirky characters expands exponentially, players are flocking to the Outlands to see whether or not they can claim the title of Champion.
At the moment, you can dive into the fray in either a duo or a trio, meaning that there is no solo-queue option or four and five-man stacks allowed. With Control giving players a taste of group action in Season 12, many have been asking for a quads mode to mix things up.
The idea has captured many a fan’s imagination, with one even devising a chaotic but fun-filled LTM idea that would be the perfect way to introduce quads to Apex Legends.
Apex Legends fan creates awesome quads idea
Aptly entitled “Quads Fury,” one Apex player has set about integrating the highly-requested feature into the game with their own LTM.
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“The time has come to add more chaos to the Apex Games,” they write. Their concept focuses around teams of four all diving into the fray, with all the of weapons available as ground loot.
Care packages would also contain fully kitted out weapons that range all the way up to Legendary rarity, whilst simultaneously providing all levels of protective gear (helmets, backpacks, and armor).
“Looks pretty cool, I’d play it if it launches with an abandon penalty,” comments one excited fan, going on to state “we’d probably see defensive characters shine mostly in this.”
“Imagine having to fight a Caustic, Rampart, Wattson, Newcastle camping in a building,” jokes another, while a final response reads “Will probably change how third parties work. Could make fights last longer because there’s a chance the extra person could get a rez off.”
Whether or not we see something like this appear in the future remains to be seen, but it’s clear that the community wants a quad system in the near future. Until then, though, we’ll have to cross our fingers and pray that Control comes back soon.