Shroud is unsure about Apex solo mode success
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Former professional Counter-Strike player and now a popular streamer Michael “Shroud” Grzesik told his viewers during a broadcast that he did not particularly believe in the success of the Apex Legends Singles mode. In his opinion, one of the mode's biggest problems is how the characters and their abilities will be balanced in comparison with the group game.
Chances are, they’re not going to [balance character abilities], which is why the game isn’t going to be very good in solos [...] I think it will come out for a limited time for two weeks, people are going to try it, [and] they’re going to hate it. Then [Respawn] will pull it and they probably won’t do it again.
The whole problem with the solo is that the game is initially built for a teamplay of three — there are too many mechanisms that are not needed at all for the solo mode, and Apex is mostly about your ability to cooperate with a set of legends.
Some fans are expecting Respawn Entertainment to rebalance and change the game entirely for the mode to work properly, but it is unlikely that Respawn will answer. You can try out solos when the mode begins on Tuesday, August 13.