Apex Legends fans can expect major surprises upon the arrival of the game\u2019s second season. These include a new character, a new weapon and possible changes in the map.\r\n\r\nThis was revealed by no less Dean McCoy, the game\u2019s executive producer. He said that his team has gone over the feedback they received from players regarding the first season.\r\n\r\nMcCoy\u2019s statement is viewed as a response to various complaints raised by users against the game. There are comments that game updates have been slow, which makes it difficult to hold the attention of players.\r\n\r\nThe producer teased that season 2 of Apex Legends will introduce a Battle Pass with more engaging content. A new Legend and weapon will also make their debut.\r\n\r\nThe executive producer disclosed the developer is now also addressing bugs as well as stability issues. In particular, the team is focused on resolving the slow performance of its servers when a match commences.\r\n\r\nIncorrect hit registrations and audio-related concerns are also being fixed. However, starting match server performance remains a key priority, reported PC Gamer.\r\n\r\nAccording to McCoy, this problem affects a number of data centers and can occur during various data configurations.\r\n\r\nThe good thing, he said, is that glitch doesn\u2019t hit Apex Legends server instances simultaneously in the same machine. This means the machine is not being overloaded and things are running at a slow pace.\r\n\r\nMcCoy further explained that an instance in the same machine may be working harder compared to the others. He said the team is working backward to determine the root cause of the problem.\r\n\r\nMoreover, the rollout of the game\u2019s upcoming update runs counter to the earlier announcement made Vince Zampella, Respawn CEO.\r\n\r\nDuring the GamesBeat Summit, Zampella said that the studio is following a seasonal update schedule. By doing so, he said members of the development team will not be overworked.\r\n\r\nThis has been a major concern confronting the gaming industry. In fact, a lot of studios have been experiencing human resource-related issues due to this problem.\r\n\r\nDespite Respawn\u2019s commitment to improving Apex Legends, it isn\u2019t expected to produce Fortnite\u2019s level of content in the near future.\r\n\r\nAs Zampella had said, he doesn\u2019t want his team to be burned out. The developer is expected to adhere to its seasonal model where updates will come in chunks, and at a slower pace, PCGamesN reported.\r\n\r\nThis may not sound appealing to the game\u2019s hardcore followers, but Respawn seems to know its priorities. To offset this disadvantage, the studio is enhancing its progression systems.\r\n\r\nAt present, Apex Legends\u2019 have gone down in the number of views by as much as 75 percent. On the other hand, Fortnite continues to have a solid grip on its viewership.