‘Apex Legends’ hackers interrupt games with messages about ‘Titanfall’ hacking
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Respawn Entertainment’s battle royale shooter Apex Legends has proven to be a hit, with over 100 million unique players, and counted over 300,000 people playing on Steam at one time in May. But an issue bubbling over from its earlier Titanfall games is now having an impact on Apex, as reports across social media show players running into messages from people hacking the game with a “Save Titanfall” message. Respawn acknowledged the issues on Twitter, saying “We are aware of and actively investigating issues impacting @PlayApex playlists that are preventing players from getting into matches.”
The issue has been going on for hours, and when players are affected, they can’t queue for new games at the same time that Apex is hosting a special…