Hackers are targeting Apex Legends in a bid to “Save Titanfall”

Bold strategy, Cotton.

Hackers are targeting Respawn’s Apex Legends in a campaign to “Save Titanfall,” a game ironically under siege by hackers.

As reported by Apex Legends News on Twitter, hackers are modifying Apex Legends PC playlists in an attempt to raise awareness on the current state of Titanfall. Messages direct players to for more information.

Titanfall is a beloved franchise by many, and hacker issues have been at rise,” reads the website. “The Titanfall community has been begging Respawn to fix this issue for over three years, but to no avail. Today the game is still being sold, while being completely unplayable. It’s time we speak up.”

Do you agree with the hackers’ strategy? Why or why not?

Apex Legends is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5 and Switch.

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