Apex Legends: Revenues Down Also in April, Second Consecutive Negative Month

According to reports from Super Data, Apex Legends earned around 24 million dollars in April, a figure that fell sharply compared to the 92 million dollars collected in February, the game’s launch month.

For Apex Legends this is the second negative month, in fact, March also saw a significant decline in revenues, due to a Season 1 not particularly exalted. The views on Twitch continue to fall and the number of downloads is practically at a standstill, with a fanbase that does not grow and an active community that complains about the lack of new content.

The publisher announced the upcoming arrival of Apex Legends on smartphones and the announcement of the contents of Season 2 during the EA Play event scheduled for Saturday 8 June in Los Angeles. Will these changes be enough to bring attention to Apex Legends?

The Respawn Battle Royale seems to suffer from the strong competition not only from Fortnite but also from Dauntless, which has recently hit four million active players.