Apex Legends is the hot new Battle Royale game on PS4, Xbox One and PCs.
The new title from EA and Respawn has only been out for just over a month but already has amassed over 50million players.
By and large server performance of Apex Legends has been steady and stable, able to hand the huge number of gamers battling it out.
During its first weeks in the wild there were a few occasions where gamers reported the game crashing and getting stuck on the loading screen.
Apex Legends players also reported periodically being dropped from games without warning.
Thankfully, at least one sources of the Apex Legends crashes may now have been fixed.
As revealed in a post by Dexerto, a new update for a Nvidia graphics card has been released that fixes a bug which causes Apex Legends to crash.
The update for the GeForce Game Ready WHQL driver fixes the DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG which caused Apex Legends to crash.
The driver update can be downloaded right now via the GeForce experience app.
In other news, fans are currently gearing up for the season 1 Battle Pass launch of Apex Legends.
Respawn and EA had previously revealed the Apex Legends Battle Pass – which will bring with it new Legends, weapons and loot – would launch in March.
An exact release date for the Apex Legends Battle Pass has not been revealed yet but one leaker claims to have uncovered when it will launch.
One insider claims the Apex Legends Battle Pass has a release date of Tuesday March 12.
It’s also been claimed that the Apex Legends Battle Pass will bring with it a new Legend called Octane.
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