Apex Legends, Respawn Entertainment's coveted copyright battle, has found a way to be extremely transparent about its development processes and upcoming patches. Any problem investigations, community concerns, patch servers and common player requests are now tracked on the publicly available Trello board, called the Apex Tracker. Anyone can follow this link and keep up with the changes coming to Apex Legends.
"Our goal with Deviker is to provide players with greater visibility into some of the major community issues that we have seen reported and are working on," said the opening post. "Note that this board is not responsible for ALL the things we follow." Currently, the board is following a variety of issues that the team is investigating or dealing with this week and pointing to repairs coming up in future patches.
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The dashboard divides information between several headers: quality of life features, bugs addressed, UI updates, networking issues, and all recent and upcoming updates. The team has promised to update the cards on the board at least once a week. There are also cards explaining how to report bugs and hackers, as well as links to the team's social networks and Reddit pages.
The game recently hit Season 2, and received extensive patches, map reproduction and a new character, Watson. There's also a limited time limit mode, too, which can take you against 59 opponents without teammates. The Iron Crown event is also currently in play.