Respawn Entertainment confirmed a few weeks ago that Apex Legends will eventually be getting a much-requested feature in cross-progression across all available platforms. In a recent AMA session with Respawn on the Apex Legends subreddit, Director of Communications at the studio, Ryan K. Rigney, shared that cross-progression won’t be available in the game till 2022.
He further cited that this is because of a litany of issues such as merging existing accounts, legal and contractual issues to navigate, on top of the existing technical challenges.
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