Apex Legends, Respawn Entertainment's beloved battle royale, has found a way to be extremely transparent about its development processes and upcoming patches. Every poll, community concern, server patch and common player request is now tracked on a publicly available Trello board called the Apex Tracker. Anyone is free to follow this link and keep up the changes coming to Apex Legends.
"Our goal with the mandatory tracker is to give players more visibility into some of the larger community issues that we have seen reported and processed," an introductory post reads. "Note that this board does not report ALL of the things we track." Right now, the board is tracking various issues the team is investigating or addressing this week, and gives hints of corrections in the future to come.
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The board shares information between a number of topics: quality of life features, bug fixes, UI updates, network issues, and all recent updates. The team promised to update the cards on the board at least once a week. There are also cards explaining how to report bugs and hacks, as well as links to the team's social media and Reddit pages.
The game recently hit Season 2, and received an extensive patch, reissue of maps, and a new role, Wattson. There is a limited time as a mode only in the game right now, which pities you against 59 opponents without any teammates. The Iron Crown Event also operates in-game.