Trident Bugs In Apex Legends | Great News as Respawn responds to fix the issue

Apex Legends dev responds to The Trident Bugs in the game that takes the player into the sky randomly. The devs have been informed about it and they are looking forward to fixing it.

Apex Legends is one of the most popular online first-person shooter games of this time. It has around 70 million players worldwide. Players can compete in a three-man squad with their friends or random players like most other battle royale games. The main motive is to land and find guns, shields, and other survival stuff to survive till last and kill all other players.

Apex Legends is developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. It can be played in Play Station 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and Nintendo Switch.

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Trident Bugs

Trident is a vehicle in Apex Legends that was first introduced in Season 7 with a new map. Many players were worried about the car and map that how would it appear in competitive play.

It was a nice vehicle and it was almost a match-winning element but it came with some issues too. The game was crashing console or PC when using an ultimate on the Trident. It made Respawn take away it for a bit.

Recently a problem occurred that made players launch up in the sky and never came down in the match. And it started to occur more and more then the players got offended and reported the Trident Bugs for a fix.

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Apex Legends dev has responded and they said they will fix it but it is not sure if it will be fixed in a small fix or a big update like Season 9 in early May. Now players have to be away from Trident to save from this issue.

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