After a few months of internet discussions, ResPawn Entertainment revealed that the PlayStation 5 version of Apex Legends will be released today. The Royal Battle players must download a hotfix for PS4 edition via its Game Hub, while new users should simply recover the PS5 version from the PS boutique. Today’s update includes a 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, HDR support, higher resolution shadow cards and larger Lod distances.
However, that’s not all. The developer will bring even more improvements from the current generation in the future. Other updates on the line will include support for 120 frames per second, adaptive triggers and the haptic return of the PS5 Dualsense controller, as well as other visual and audio enhancements. This PS5 version is therefore a work in progress.
The native PS5 version is only part of a much larger update for Apex Legends, which brings the 9V9 control mode as well as card changes and a brand new for Arena. All of this is part of the Warriors Collection event, containing 24 cosmetic objects to win. For a complete list of update notes, click on the link. Is a PS5 version sufficient to allow you to check Apex Legends again? Let us know in the comments below.