Respawn Entertainment’s Apex Legends swept over the gaming world like wildfire following it’s February 4 release - amassing a huge player base in such a small period of time. However, since that initial boom, the battle royale title has began to taper off - seeing its popularity start to slide as players return to games like PUBG and Fortnite Battle Royale.
The game, like plenty of others, still has a ton of bugs that can both enhance and detract from matches. One such bug is the Supply Bin glitch which, after punching the inside of an opened bin, will send players flying in the direction in which they lined up their punch.
There still hasn’t been a fix for the issue so players, like shroud, have continued to use to have a bit of fun. The former CS:GO pro and his pals had been messing around with the Supply Bin glitch during their games as they trolled other players on their way to multiple victories.
However, they had the ingenious idea of combining the glitch with Octane’s Jump Pad ability - looking to give the squad an even bigger launch before soaring over the map. Shroud, as ever, stepped up as the guinea pig for the experiment and went flying across the map at an even greater height than ever.
“Well, I’ve never been on Bunker before, oh my god,” shroud told his teammates while laughing at the ridiculousness of what had just happened.
While Respawn probably didn’t intend for Octane’s Jump Pad to be used in this way, it appears as if players can definitely combine the two launch abilities to get some sweet air time.
It remains to be seen if the developers have a fix up their sleeve for the Supply Bin glitch before it gets even further out of hand than it already has.
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