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If your children were talking about Fortnite every other sentence and suddenly switched to discussing Apex Legends, you’re not alone. While it might have taken you a while to get used to the edgy battle royale game of Fortnite, here is everything you need to know about team-based battle royale/sci-fi infused Apex Legends!
Learn safety tips, and things parents need to know. Who knows, before long you might thrill your kids by joining in the fun!
Launched in February 2019, Apex Legend’s success isn’t surprising. It is free to play and a team-based shooter game created by the same people who made the Titanfall series. Within one week after its release, it had a surprising number of players – 25 million, far more than Fortnite within the same period.
While vaguely similar in style of Fortnight, PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds), and more, Apex Legends has exceptionally speedy in-game communication via a ping system. You can also give “Legend” abilities to each character, to help them perform in unique ways.
As Apex Legends takes social media by storm, many well-known gamers are streaming live on Facebook, YouTube, and other platforms as they play the game. Just wait, soon your tween or teen will be asking you to play it very soon!
Concerned about your child’s private information is online or want to know whom they are speaking within their Apex Legends play?
Search Social Catfish and scout out anyone your child is talking to in online games. You can also make sure no one can see your child’s information and remove private details. Search by name, username, phone number, image, and email address: