Apex Legends Season 1 Wild Frontier: All The Changes In The New Patch

Although we already knew some details about the Wild Frontier battle pass in terms of cost and rewards, the patch notes delve into the nitty gritty. Despite initial excitement, Respawn has already had to defend Apex Legends’ relatively simple approach to Battle Pass compared to Fortnite’s offerings, so a complex look might help assuage fears that the developer is skimping on the latest update.

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Highlights from the patch notes, shared by Respawn via Reddit, include a rundown of newcomer Octane’s abilities. The previously leaked Legend sports a Passive skill that lets him heal while not taking damage (+1 health every 2 seconds). Octane’s Tactical Stim increases his movement speed at the cost of health, but increases his resistance to slowdown attacks. Finally, Octane’s Ultimate lets him deploy jump pads launch characters across the sky.

Respawn has finally implemented a reporting feature for cheating and abusive players as well. People can report offending players either from the spectate view after dying or when viewing team Banner Cards in the Squad menu. Some bugs that have been squashed in the update include Pathfinder’s zipline failing to deploy when jumping, the ability to shoot while downed, and getting disconnected when unplugging a controller.

Quality of life includes d-pad navigation for menus and increased input customization. For example, players can now swap the actions of the bumpers/triggers on controllers. The much-touted hitbox issue has been addressed with better adjusted boxes for Gibraltar, Caustic, and Pathfinder. One neat addition is Apex Legends’ newly added support for Razer Chroma peripherals. Razer’s line of illuminated keyboards will now shine certain colors in reaction to actions performed in game. An example is that the keys will shine the same the color as the player’s skydiving smoke trail. Colors will also flash when an Ultimate is ready, change when firing or taking damage, and more.  

The full patch notes can be read on the next page of this article. Wild Frontier represents Respawn’s first major step in turning the already stellar Apex Legends into a game worth sticking with for the long haul. As the battle royale scene continues to heat up, it’ll be intriguing to see how Season 1 performs and what future Seasons look like after it.

Source: Reddit/IGN

  • Added Battle Pass tab to Lobby.
  • Cost: 950 Apex Coins
  • Earn over 100 unique items throughout the season – everything you snag before the season is over is yours to keep.
    • Updated dashboard images for Season 1 on PC and Xbox [PS4 is on the way!]
    • Updated Main Menu with new Season 1 art.
    • Updated the Lobby visuals for Season 1.
    • Updated Apex Legends site FAQ with info on Battle Pass.

    Introducing the Battle Pass Bundle

    • Get the Battle Pass, plus unlock your next 25 levels for Season 1 instantly.
    • Cost: 2,800 Apex Coins.

    Free Rewards

      Everyone that plays Apex Legends during Season 1 can earn the following rewards:

    • 1 Wild Frontier Legend Skin
    • 5 Apex Packs
    • 18 Wild Frontier themed Stat Trackers
    • Read full blog about Battle Pass with FAQ and video here:

    New Legend: Octane, High-Speed Daredevil

      If it doesn’t involve diving, leaping, plummeting, or racing, then Octane wants nothing to do with it. Always the life of the party, Octane truly believes winning the Championship isn’t enough…not if you didn’t cheat death at least twice to get there.

      Passive: Swift Mend

    • While not taking damage, Octane restores 1 health every 2 seconds.

      Tactical: Stim

    • Move 30% faster for 6 seconds. Costs health to use. While active, Octane is affected less by attacks that cause slowdown. 2 second recharge

      Ultimate: Launch Pad

    • Deployable jump pad that catapults players through the air. Takes 90 seconds to recharge.


    • 12,000 Legend Tokens
    • 750 Apex Coins

    Stability & Performance

      We’ve got some fixes in this patch that will improve stability on PC but we know there are still issues out there we need to address. We also added crash reporting so we can better understand how to tackle the issues we haven’t solved yet and address future ones.

    • 1 Improved stability for various GPU configurations.
    • Capped PC FPS to 300 to balance improving stability but still letting you folks enjoy those sweet frames.
    • Addressed issue with PS4 crashes due to running out of memory.
    • Introducing better reporting when Apex crashes on PC without error message.
      • We really want to fix any crashes people happen to get on PC. We also respect our player’s privacy. So, if the PC game crashes, it will write “apex_crash.txt” to your “Documents” folder. This tiny file is plain text, so you can easily see for yourself that it has no personal information. If you choose to share this file with us, it will tell us whether the crash was in Apex or in third party software. If the crash was in Apex, our programmers can use the information to find and fix it. If you experience a crash, please include this file when you report.
        • We protect your personal information.
        • You can easily see everything in the file yourself; we have no secrets.
        • You’re in control of whether we ever see the file.
        • Please submit the file when you create a bug report on our forums here:
        • Players can now report cheaters they encounter in-game and it’ll be sent directly to Easy Anti-Cheat. You can do this from either the spectate view after dying or when looking at your team’s Banner Cards in the Squad tab.
        • We have lots of other work going on behind the scenes and this remains high priority for us. We won’t be able to share many specifics of what we’re doing but we’ll strive to provide updates on progress for the things we can talk about.
        • As I’m finishing the notes this morning, 499,937 accounts and counting have been banned for cheating.
        • Speed hacking: We do currently have anti-speed hacking in Apex Legends, but it’s not being as effective as intended due to a bug that we believe we’ve identified and will be addressing in our next server update. Will provide ETA for it when I have it. Working to get it out ASAP.
        • You can report players from the spectate view after dying or when looking at your team’s Banner Cards in the Squad tab.

        Quality of Life

        • Added “Swap LT/RT & LB/RB” / “Swap L1/R1 & L2/R2”) toggle in the Controller Button Layout settings.
          • Lets you quickly swap what your bumpers & triggers are set to, with any controller preset.
          • Setting this to “Minimal” can be especially helpful for players susceptible to motion sickness.
          • Customize how far you want to pull the triggers before they register.
          • Fine-tune specific aspects of the look controls for a custom feel; such as Deadzone, Response Curve, Target Compensation (aim assist), and more.
          • Shield bar drains to indicate the remaining health of the shield.
          • When you have a Gold KO Shield and are down, we’ve added an effect to the label that reminds you that you can self revive.
          • Added better color blind support for Blood Hound’s Threat Vision.
          • Colorblind colors per setting are now displayed in the settings menu.
          • Colorblind settings moved from Video Settings to Gameplay->Accessibility. They are now applied on the fly.
          • Enemy pings now use proper enemy color instead of only using red.
          • Turned down volume when Wraith activates a portal.
          • Turned down the end sounds on the Peacekeeper charged shot.
          • Turned down the draw/holster sound slightly for thermite grenades.

          Legend Balance & Hitbox Adjustments

          • Adjusted hitboxes for Gibraltar, Caustic, and Pathfinder to better align with their shapes.


          • Reduced cooldown of Traps 30 -> 25 seconds.
          • Increased radius and proximity radius by about 10%.
          • Removed a 1 second delay on the smoke dealing damage to players.
          • Reduced cooldown of Gas Grenade 2:30 -> 2:00 seconds.


          • Insider Knowledge
          • Increased the number of beacons in the world 10-> 12.


          • Double Time
            • Reduced move speed bonus to 40% -> 30%.


            • Defensive Bombardment
              • Fixed a bug where your teammates wouldn’t be affected by Shell Shock. This was meant to be the same as Bangalore’s ultimate.


              • Fixed players being able to shortcut weapon swap by changing stance
              • Fixed players being able to shortcut Peacekeeper rechamber sequence
              • Fixed inaccurate auto ranging fullscreen (sniper) optics when base FOV is not set to default
              • Spitfire: fixed ADS view on Legendaries partially obscured by custom geo. (The Continuum, The Heavy Construct)
              • Fixed ADS view being blocked when using Caustic legendary skins with certain weapon/ optic combos
              • Digital threat optics: threat highlights are now more visible (slightly brighter; no longer affected by TSAA)
              • Fixed bug where Devotion audio sometimes wouldn’t accurately reflect rate of fire.

              Additional Bug Fixes

              • Fixed rare issue where a player could get stuck on the drop ship and be invulnerable.
              • Patched up the hole we found in Gibraltar’s shield.
              • Fixed issue where Lifeline’s revive shield wouldn’t stay put while on a moving platform.
              • Fixed issue where sometimes players would get stuck in map geometry while skydiving from the dropship or Jump Towers.
              • Fixed bug where players could still shoot even after being downed.
              • Fixed bug where occasionally Lifeline’s D.O.C. drone would stay connected to a player but not heal them.
              • Limited the amount of Lifeline’s D.O.C. drones that can connect to a player to 2.
              • Fixed Pathfinder’s zipline not deploying when jumping.
              • Fixed a bug with the HUD where sometimes the Heal Bar would stay up if the heal was cancelled right after it was started.
              • Fixed a bug where sometimes the audio would continue to play sound FX for the Knockdown Shield even after it’s been destroyed.
              • Fixed issue where sometimes players could get disconnected when unplugging their controller during a game.
              • Fixed the exploit where you could do infinite wallclimb using Pathfinder’s Grapple.
              • Fixed bug where sometimes you couldn’t fire the Peacekeeper after riding a zip line.
              • Fixed issue where sometimes the skybox fog would not appear while spectating after you died.
              • Fixed bug where Banner Cards would show through walls occasionally when viewed through a very high FOV.
              • Fixed some odd light flickering that was happening on the ballon flags attached to Jump Towers.
              • Fixed bug where sometimes a player’s Banner Card would not show up after character select.

              Razer Chroma Support

              • Apex Legends will now detect Razer Chroma peripherals and supported devices will now play animated colors that react to things you do in the game! Some examples:
              • Red lights during banner transitions.
              • While skydiving colors will tune to the color of your smoke trail.
              • Picking up loot.
              • Opening Apex Packs
              • Firing and taking damage.
              • Colors that flash when your Ultimate is ready.
              • And more!

              2019-03-20 05:03:17

              Marcus Stewart

10 Movies To Watch If You Liked Triple Frontier

Sporting an all-star cast of some of Hollywood’s most in-demand and diverse leading men, Triple Frontier is the latest Netflix original action movie about a group of ex-military operatives who raid a cartel compound. Bound by the sort of brotherhood forged by being constantly under fire on dangerous missions for the special forces, they decide to pillage a drug dealer’s insanely large payload as compensation for all their unrecognized heroic efforts.

If films that have tropes including disenfranchised military personnel, heists, double-crossing, and brotherly bickering appeal to you, here is a list of movies to check out. Triple Frontier stars Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Pedro Pascal, and Garrett Hedlund.

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Fans of authentic military movies that show the harsh realities of operatives in warzones will appreciate Zero Dark Thirty, directed by Kathryn Bigelow, about a group of intelligence and military personnel devoted to taking down Osama Bin Laden following the September 11th, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Towers in New York.

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Bigelow was actually attached to direct Triple Frontier when it was in development for several years, but when it failed to gain any financial investment she left it to go make Zero Dark Thirty.


David O. Russell’s movie about four soldiers who track down gold stolen by Saddam Hussein from Kuwait is big on action and on camaraderie. Starring George Clooney, Ice Cube, Mark Wahlberg (who was almost in Triple Frontier), and Spike Jonze, it is at times hilarious, touching, and frequently action-packed.

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Like Triple Frontier, its operatives use intelligence gathered during their legitimate mission during the Gulf War to pull off a daring heist, but its actors don’t take themselves quite as seriously as those in the former.


The Expendables franchise is like Triple Frontier on steroids, with every elite operative in the film’s team being comprised of the top names in the action movie genre. The group does everything from rescue missions to assassinations, and over the course of the film series they take on drug leaders and rogue CIA agents.

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Though some may scoff at Sylvester Stallone leading a who’s who of action stars from the ‘80s and ‘90s, the film couldn’t have been made back when all the actors commanded enormous salaries, so it’s fun to enjoy their over-the-top screen time.


Before he was Hawkeye, Jeremy Renner became noticed by audiences for The Hurt Locker, another gritty military film from Kathryn Bigelow. It followed a bomb squad leader becoming a special ops mercenary following the Iraq War, performing a heist between Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil. Much like Triple Frontier, it explored a soldier’s precarious life post wartime conflict.

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Kathryn Bigelow was working on The Hurt Locker when she developed the idea, along with writer Mark Boal, for Triple Frontier. After finding no funding, however, she went off to make another critically acclaimed military film, Zero Dark Thirty.


Set in the favelas of Columbia, Elite Squad follows Rio’s military police as they combat drug lords and high-powered cartel criminals. It’s action sequences and tight pacing amongst its military personnel are reminiscent of several key scenes in Triple Frontier.

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It’s no surprise, as it’s directed by Jose Padilha, who worked on Netflix’s Narcos series and had a rival project in development to Triple Frontier called Tri-Borders that has yet to be made. In the states, he’s known for his Robocop remake and several documentaries about drug cartels in the Triple Frontier area.


Traffic, with its multiple intertwining narratives and focus on heroin smuggling, was similar to how Triple Frontier was intended to be, back when Kathryn Bigelow was writing it. It would have followed operatives of varying ages in the Tri-Border areas, all working towards a single narrative strand with a particular goal (presumably the heist of cartel money).

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Traffic is set in America, with a US drug czar, corrupt DEA agents, and a Mexican cop, and seems entirely too convoluted for the somewhat straight-forward lean that Triple Frontier chose to take, though it would have been interesting.


When young Vietnam combat veterans return home to the Bronx to face reintegration into civilian life, nothing but hardship awaits. They decide to band together and begin a life of crime, feeling hopelessly unrecognized by society for the service they’ve given to their country.

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Though the cast in Dead Presidents (which includes Chris Tucker, Larenz Tate, Freddy Rodriguez, and Bokeem Woodbine) doesn’t take on any drug cartels and are painted as disenfranchised rather than action-hero badasses, they share similar feelings of abandonment as the team in Triple Frontier.


With an all-star cast including Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, and Benicio Del Toro, this action-packed crime thriller about busting up drug cartels has the same level of moral ambiguity. An FBI agent gets assigned to a Department of Justice special joint task for, but comes to realize its operatives have personal motivations for bringing down one of the largest drug cartels in Mexico.

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Triple Frontier is much less edgy than Sicario, and the motives of its team less murky, but it shares similarities in tone, pacing, attention-grabbing set-design, and understated acting.


Part superhero movie, part military action movie, The Losers follows an elite commando team as they track war criminals and drug dealers in the Bolivian jungles. Just before they are to return to the United States, their helicopter is intended to go down in an orchestrated betrayal. Technically “deceased” in the eyes of their superiors, they decide to use their litany of skills to get revenge.

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Starring huge names like Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, Idris Elba, and Zoe Saldana, the movie was based on a graphic novel and crackles with pithy dialogue. It is a little referenced but underestimated gem in the genre.


Like Three Kings, Kelly’s Heroes presents soldiers behind enemy lines involved in a heist of goods in the possession of their aggressor. In this case, the goods are a cache of gold and the enemy is Nazi Germany. The tight-knit group of the 35th infantry leave their assignment to go after the gold and probably get a lot richer than they would in their outfit.

Starring Clint Eastwood, Donald Sutherland, and Don Rickles, it’s an action-packed, feel-good romp that doesn’t really evoke the same danger as Triple Frontier, but definitely must be acknowledged as an inspiration for it.

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2019-03-17 01:03:32

Kayleena Pierce-Bohen

Triple Frontier’s Original Cast Was Even Crazier

Triple Frontier had a more than impressive cast for a Netflix movie, but the original cast could have been even crazier. Bringing Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal, and Garret Hedlund together as an elite team of former soldiers is one of the highlights of the film, as their chemistry is the core element that makes the movie work, but they’re hardly the first (or second or third) iteration of the cast in Triple Frontier‘s long road to the screen.

Originally starting development in October 2010 at Paramount with the name Sleeping Dogs, Katheryn Bigelow and Mark Boal were going to team up again as director and writer after their Oscar wins for Best Director and Best Original Screenplay, along with a slew of other awards including Best Picture for  The Hurt Locker. When production didn’t come together quickly, Bigelow moved on to other projects and J. C. Chandor came aboard to revise Mark Boal’s script and see the movie the rest of the way through production. Bigelow is ultimately credited as an Executive Producer for her early work on the film.

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While Bigelow didn’t get very far into production, Tom Hanks was officially cast and Johnny Depp was in talks to play lead roles, presumably Tom ‘Redfly’ Davis Miller and Santiago ‘Pope’ Garcia – the roles that ultimately ended up being played by Ben Affleck and Oscar Isaac.

After Chandor came on to direct, Will Smith entered talks to play a lead role alongside Hanks, presumably replacing Johnny Depp as Pope. Smith would eventually leave due to scheduling conflicts, and Depp re-entered discussions, although both Depp and Hanks would ultimately depart when the film still didn’t take off.

In 2017, the project finally started moving again, as Channing Tatum and Tom Hardy signed on, likely as the brothers, William and Ben Miller, but it’s possible they were also intended as Redfly and Pope. Mahershala Ali also joined the cast, presumably for either the role of Pope or Francisco ‘Catfish’ Morales, who was ultimately played by Pedro Pascal. Adria Arjona also signed on as the first member of what would ultimately be the final cast.

In May of 2017, Paramount entered talks to sell the movie’s rights to Netflix and Ben Affleck and Casey Affleck entered talks to replace Tom Hardy and Channing Tatum, who left the project weeks before shooting was set to start over creative differences. Since Ben and Casey are brothers in real life, it’s the most logical they were initially brought in to play the Miller brothers the movie, even though Affleck ultimately ended up cast as Redfly, but casting reports are unclear, but it’s also possible Ben was always eyed as Redfly and Casey was Pope. The other possibility is that Redfly and Pope were also brothers in an earlier draft. Regardless, the Afflecks would also depart and Mark Wahlberg entered talks to play Redfly as the film’s cast finally began to fill out with Hunnam, Hedlund, and Pascal all coming aboard.

With days left before shooting was set to commence (again) in March 2018, Ben Affleck returned to the project in the role of Redfly with Oscar Isaac stepping in as Pope and the rest is history.

The final product worked out great, but with a number of alternate versions of the movie out there, it’s impressive so many big names were attached at one point or another before finally ending up on Netflix. It’s equally impressive that a movie could go through so much drama in its path to production before ending up on Netflix but still maintain its big-name star status and get a positive reaction. Hopefully, the story of Triple Frontier will help signal that, in the age of Netflix, “development hell” is no longer a place good movies go to die.

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2019-03-16 01:03:25

Stephen M. Colbert

Garrett Hedlund and Charlie Hunnam: Triple Frontier Interview

The “men on a mission” movie gets a modern facelift with Triple Frontier. Directed by J.C. Chandor (All is Lost), this action/adventure story follows a squad of hardened soldiers who strike out for themselves and set out to rob a South American drug kingpin.

The squad of soldiers are played by some of the hunkiest men in Hollywood: Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Garrett Hedlund, Charlie Hunnam, and Pedro Pascal are a veritable mountain of machismo, and the film makes a grand showing of balancing the emotional journey of these characters with a non-stop barrage of action, adventure, and white-knuckle tension.

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During a New York City press junket for the film, we spoke to the stars of Triple Frontier, Charlie Hunnam and Garrett Hedlund. The Sons of Anarchy and Tron: Legacy stars, respectively, shared with us some behind-the-scenes details of the film, including finally sharing the screen together after years of friendship and discussing their training regimen; particularly, being forced to take swimming lessons for insurance purposes.

Screen Rant: You guys, this movie. So… so many words… It’s manly, but it’s emotional. It’s an adventure. It’s like The Guns of Navarone meets Treasure of the Sierra Madre. You guys function as such a unit in this movie. How well did you and the rest of the cast know each other before you started production?

Charlie Hunnam: Garrett and I have known each other and been very dear friends for fifteen years, and that’s how we ended up becoming brothers in the film. Initially, J.C. (Chandor, director) hadn’t intended for these two characters to be brothers, but he was looking at us both, and feeling like there was too much similarity physically, and just our vibes were too similar, that he felt like it would be distracting, it would ask too many questions if we weren’t related. So he was trying to figure out which one of us he would hire and which one he wouldn’t, and then he had this eureka moment of realizing he could just change the script and write us as brothers and have us both! It required very little for the two of us to create a brotherly bond…

Garrett Hedlund: …But it’s been a long time in pairing. And Oscar and I, this is our third film together, so we’ve known each other for ten years and been super close pals. You know, to jump on this and go on this journey with them, especially with this story that’s so involved with brotherhood and camaraderie, it was a perfect fit.

Screen Rant: So you’ve worked together a lot. Did have any bonding exercises that you did in rehearsals or anything, or was that in itself the bonding exercise?

Garrett Hedlund: We took swimming lessons together.

Charlie Hunnam: It’s true.

Garrett Hedlund: We wrestled on the beach. Charlie and I would wrestle in the gym. He’s a big fan of Jiu-Jitsu, so he was trying to teach me a few things. We trained together. We did tactical stuff together with the SEALs and military supervisors that were on the film. I mean, all these things add up, so we spent some time together.

Charlie Hunnam: Yeah, we probably… In terms of the way films are made, generally, it’s a trajectory of truncating rehearsal time because it costs money to get everyone together, but on this, we actually had, like, two and a half weeks, or three weeks of time. And really, they stack those days for us. So we were all together doing military training, horse training, and, Garrett said, swim lessons, which was kind of unnecessary, but, you know, we had fun!

Garrett Hedlund: Insurance, man! Gotta cover it.

Screen Rant: You mentioned military training, and this movie is so intensely physical. Can you talk a little about the physical intensity of climbing mountains and carrying all that equipment?

Garrett Hedlune: A lot of the equipment we had in the gym were pieces to deal with the elevation and stuff like that; certain treadmills that were testing your oxygen and stuff like that, and everyone’s endurance. There was so much climbing and stuff, and the Sierra Nevada was treacherous, I think we were shooting at, like, 13,000 feet. The stuff in Bogota was at, like, 12,000 or 13,000 feet. Just overall, the scenes, the action, the crashes, you know, got to be a lot!

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2019-03-08 12:03:33

Zak Wojnar

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