Apex Legends quickly became a hot subject after rumors of a potential release this week began circulating. A battle royale set in the Titanfall universe, Apex Legends is said to feature no Titans whatsoever.
Respawn Entertainment later announced that the Apex Legends reveal stream would happen today, February 4, at 12 AM PST / 3 PM EST / 8 PM GMT. With hours to go until we get to see the title in action, the Apex Legends Map, alongside all the map locations where players can potentially drop, was posted on Twitter.
What does the Apex Legends Map look like and how many Locations are there?
Judging from the image posted by Twitter user Nibel, the Apex Legends map will feature several terrain types spread across several map locations. While grassland and desert are the dominant ones, a river cuts through the middle of the map, while a swamp can be spotted towards the north.
The Apex Legends map also features a number of buildings, which could throw players into closed-quarters encounters. Furthermore, there seems to be a decent amount of verticality in certain map locations, which will no doubt favor Titanfall 2's movement system, provided the battle royale makes use of it.
There are a total of 16 named map locations for players to drop at, although, to get an idea of their size, we'll have to wait until the Apex Legends reveal stream kicks off in just a few hours or, most likely, release.