Apex Legends has been hacked, and Respawn has responded to server difficulties with a Titanfall message.
The servers of APEX Legends have purportedly been hacked, and developers Respawn have given the most up-to-date information on the ongoing hack patch.
An outside party is attacking Apex Legends servers, according to Respawn Entertainment.
Messages reading “Save Titanfall” have been cropping up during live matches, according to what gamers have posted this weekend.
Those who have seen the notification claim that it causes errors while trying to play or join live server queues.
On PC and PS4 platforms, the Apex Legends community is reporting difficulties, and it looks that gamers are also seeing a notice directing them to a TitanFall website.
Respawn’s recent update confirms that the issues are being investigated across all platforms.
However, it’s unclear how long the problems will persist or who organized tonight’s festivities.
“We are aware of and are researching issues impacting @PlayApex playlists that are blocking players from entering into matches,” reads the first statement from Respawn.
“Until a patch is released and the problem is rectified, we’ll publish hourly updates here.”
“We’re testing a fix now and will update when we have more confidence,” the latest statement says. It’s possible that more changes will be required.
“In the interim, we’ve established that, while disruptive, this attack did not compromise players’ personal information or accounts. We’ll keep you updated as we progress.”
“We’re still looking for a solution. Thank you for your patience; the team is still hard at work on this.”
If tonight’s problems are not resolved soon, more news and updates are expected in the coming hours.