<em>Apex Legends<\/em> has been a huge hit ever since its initial release on February 4 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It\u2019s quite honestly one of the better battle royale games to come out since <em>Fortnite<\/em> and <em>PUBG<\/em>. It involves a lot of great action, and the graphics are far better than any of its competitors. Despite its rave reviews, <em>Apex Legends<\/em> isn\u2019t perfect.\r\n\r\nThere have been plenty of gamers making videos, showing some of the bugs that still exist. This isn't surprising given how many gamers are playing this title across multiple platforms. Some of the earlier bugs involved downed players flying off ships and certain gamers having access to unlimited ammo. These issues could certainly affect your overall experience when in the heat of battle.\r\n\r\nOne of the more recent bugs is the Pathfinder character being able to scale up higher on buildings compared to other characters. This gives players an unfair advantage in certain situations. In some games, players have also been able to continue firing even when downed.\u00a0All of these bugs impact the competitive play in <em>Apex Legends<\/em>, but there is one that stands out the most.\r\n\r\nThat is, of course, the flying bug. It essentially allows players to fly around the stage for as long as they want. Then, when their opponents least expect it, they can drop down and start unloading fire. It\u2019s pretty much an impossible bug to defend against, although it sure does look fun. Fortunately, Respawn Entertainment has made attempts to fix this bug given how broken it is.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s quite natural for battle royale games to have growing pains early on in their development. Bugs are usually fixed during the beta stages of testing, as developers get to see firsthand what issues keep popping up for gamers. For Respawn, they\u2019ll have to tackle these bugs at full launch. It won\u2019t be easy, but it seems like they\u2019re making progress. More and more patches are coming through, fixing a lot of the major issues.\r\n\r\nSome bugs still exist, but they\u2019re not so broken to where they have a great impact on gameplay. Respawn seems to be handling these bugs in stride, listening to the community and implementing the necessary changes moving forward.\r\n\r\nIf you haven\u2019t had the chance to play <em>Apex Legends<\/em>, now is probably a good time. Your experience shouldn\u2019t be greatly impacted by bugs that much, and the game is only getting better with every passing week.