The next-gen version of Apex Legends could be very close, judging by a recent discovery on the PSN servers. According to reports, a PS5 version of Apex Legends was recently added to the PlayStation database, which has a size of 80 GB. Let us find out all the details about this version below.
Apex Legends for PS5 Leaked
As reported by the Twitter account PlayStation Game Size, which periodically reports all the news on the PlayStation database, Respawn would have added a PS5 version of its free-to-play battle royale, Apex Legends, that would weigh more than 80GB (without update) in the Sony servers.
While Apex Legends is playable on PS5 thanks to backward compatibility, it is the first time that we have traces of a true next-generation version.
We have known for some time that Respawn has been working on Apex Legends for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, although the development company has only talked about it in multiple AMAs on Reddit.
The studio had said that it wanted Apex Legends to reach 120 FPS on next-gen consoles, explaining that it was continuing to evaluate a number of options to keep the game balanced.
Respawn has yet to announce the release date of next-gen versions of Apex Legends, but with Season 12 around the corner, it’s likely we’ll know more next month.
In these hours a new event has begun, the Dark Abyss. In fact, Habitat 4, a small island in the Antillia island, will arrive in the Dark Abyss, which will take place from 11 January to 1 February 2022. In Habitat 4 we will find two main points of interest, the cave and the lair, which arise on two opposite sides.
Dark Abyss will also bring flash events, described by Respawn as weekly prize counters. A new set of unique rewards will be available every seven days, with an exclusive badge to unlock through challenges.
Apex Legends is available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
? Apex Legends (PS5)
▶️ Download Size : +80 GB (Without Update)
— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) January 14, 2022