Is Summit1g done with Sea of Thieves following the release of Apex Legends? - Dexerto
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Is Summit1g done with Sea of Thieves following the release of Apex Legends?

Published: 5/Feb/2019 11:05 Updated: 5/Feb/2019 11:39

by Connor Bennett

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After taking a brief break from has been critical of the Pirate adventure game recently but, with seemingly every other streamer pausing their usual schedule for the new Battle Royale title of Apex Legends, some fans speculated if Summit may be finished with his hilarious Pirating antics forever.

RespawnThe surprise release of Apex has got Battle Royale fans clambering to play it.

Responding to a question from a viewer asking if he was ‘done with SoT (Sea of Thieves) forever,’ Summit replied: “Fuck no. But, if this game (Apex Legends) gets big and I’m still liking it, it’d be cool. 

“Who knows? You never know which games blow up nowadays man. This game is not 60 dollars, this game is free.”

When asked what he thinks of Apex Legends so far, summit added: “I’m digging it. I’m having a good time.”

Apex Legends released on February 4 following a reveal stream on Twitch after a number of teasing tweets from some of the biggest streamers on the platform.

The free-to-play Battle Royale from Respawn Entertainment looks to be a hit already but some elements of the game can be confusing for newcomers.

However, our guides on how each legend plays and which weapons are the best to use will certainly make that first experience a little less challenging.

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Apex Legends adds Double XP to finish Battle Pass before Season 7

Published: 29/Oct/2020 17:00

by Calum Patterson

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Respawn Entertainment are adding double XP to Apex Legends, so that players can complete their Season 6 Battle pass before Season 7 starts, after they shortened it by a week.

Season 7 was initially due to start on November 10, as the battle pass ‘days remaining’ had indicated for the majority of the current season.

However, only 3 weeks out, Respawn changed the date to November 4, unannounced, leaving players somewhat confused about the amount of time they had left to finish all their battle pass levels.

Apex Legends game director Chad Grenier apologized for the lack of communication on the matter, and assured players that they were working on a Double XP period to give players a boost and a chance to get the battle pass completed before it changes to Season 7.

When is Apex Legends Double XP?

The Double XP week is due to start on Thursday, October 29, at 10AM PT (1pm ET / 5pm GMT), and run until the end of the Season.

The exact start time for Apex Legends Season 7 is not confirmed yet, though the usual time is either 10AM or 8AM PT.

Grenier also previously said that there would be a slight ‘retune’ the Season 7 battle pass, but didn’t go into details about what exactly that would mean.

Season 7 starts on all platforms on November 4.