Following Fortnite and PUBG, Apex Legends will add a duo mode in the new event, starting next week.
The announcement was made on the game's official Twitter account, with a short trailer showing the two legends standing together. After the stage of adding solo mode in season 2, Respawn continued to test the duo mode for this season 3. We have no more details about how the match-making system will work.
Starting next week, for a limited time, it takes ✌.
Dive in to Duos 11/5. pic.twitter.com/uJkk7txcNE
– Apex Legends (@PlayApex) October 30, 2019
It may look like Fortnite Duo: a two-man team, and if you play alone, you'll be paired randomly; Or solo duo: solo confrontation with other pairs. Or it will be similar to PlayerUnknonw’s Battlegrounds, requiring players to have existing friends to join Duo. Because Apex Legends is more about teamwork, the game may be PUBG oriented. Apex now also has a solo with the participation of zombies during the ongoing Halloween called Shadowfall. The thing is, this event will end on November 5, when Duo starts.
Recently, Apex Legends reached a new milestone with 70 million global players. Plus it is believed Apex Legends will be on the list of EA games back to Steam, starting in 2020.
Season 3 starts on October 1, including a charge rifle from Titanfall and a new Legend called Crypto. This season will end on February 4, 2020.
If you want to practice solo before debuting, players can join Shadowfall on Apex Legends from now until November 5.