While Respawn Entertainment rolled out an Apex Legends update last week to fix hit registration, the studio has released an Apex Legends update today May 27 server patch, and it’s for gameplay-related fixes, though there’s no need to actually download anything.
Apex Legends update today May 27 patch notes:
According to Respawn, the Apex Legends update today May 27 server update is to tone down the Mastiff spawn rates, and something for Gibraltar.
Heads up, Legends! This morning, we pushed through a small fix that addressed the following:
Mastiff spawn rates have been lowered
Gibraltar ability text updated to correctly reflect the new 12s duration on his shield
That’s it as far as what we know. If you spot any changes not mentioned above, feel free to leave a comment below and let us know what it is. In other Apex Legends news, Respawn Entertainment has opened a studio based in Vancouver that’s solely focused on Apex Legends.
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