Apex Legends is a free to play Battle Royale game which took the gaming community by an unannounced release. Just Eight hours prior to its launch, the game surpassed one million unique players and by the end of the first month, it reached 50 million and earned $92 million revenue. In July 2019, EA reported that the game had 8 to 10 million players a week. The game is considered as a sworn rival of Fortnite: Battle Royale.
Over the last few days, players have been constantly reporting about the return of code: net error in the game. This error was constantly hitting the game in July last year and was fixed after a long time. Players took Reddit to report their frustrations.
Code:net literally 6 times in a row now, wtf? from apexlegends
Code Net makes a return? from apexlegends
Code:Net – 6crashes – Please can you do something? from apexlegends
Happy Code:Net Day! from apexlegends
Some players also posted on Twitter regarding the same.
No official announcement has been made from the Apex Legends officials regarding the issue yet.
Rest assured, we’re keeping a close eye on all related developments, and will update the story with relevant info as and when we come across any. So in case, you’re encountering the issues discussed here, stay tuned for updates.
For a quick recall, Apex Legends was released on February 4, 2019, and available for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game has won “Best Multiplayer Game” award at The Game Awards 2019. For more news, rumours, leaks, media, and information, stay tuned.