EA and Respawn Entertainment are gearing as much as launch Apex Legends on the Nintendo Switch platform this Tuesday. The corporations have introduced that they’re planning so as to add a No-Fill matchmaking option which can help you compete solo, relatively than filling in your group with different gamers. If you filter the sport with these choices then you’ll enter matches as a group of 1 towards groups of two or three.
“In the lobby, you’ll now see a checkbox entitled “Fill Matchmaking”. This means the matchmaking system will try to fill your squad to Duos or Trios, whichever you queued for. This is how the sport has labored up thus far, and would be the default setting after each match you play.
Unchecking this field and clicking Play will ship your social gathering into your chosen playlist with out filling your group with different gamers. So, for those who solo queue into Trios, with “Fill Matchmaking” unchecked, you’ll go in alone. You’ll be on a group of 1, towards groups of three.
We nonetheless strongly imagine that, at its greatest, Apex Legends is a sport about teamplay. But we’re launching this No-Fill matchmaking as an option for solo gamers as a result of we expect it offers a lot of inventive alternatives so that you can play the sport your approach.
Here’s some stuff you may wish to use No-Fill Matchmaking for:
- Focus on finishing sure Daily and Weekly challenges
- Warm up, drop scorching, and get into plenty of fights
- Challenge your self—are you able to win a spherical of Duos alone? How about Trios?
- Experience the most recent lore teaser by yourself
- Explore the map and experiment with characters you haven’t tried earlier than; Take a possibility to be taught a bit extra concerning the sport at your individual tempo.
We have some limitations in place for No-Fill matchmaking, as a result of we don’t need it to tremendously disrupt the expertise or pacing of the sport for different gamers. We solely permit six potential No-Fill gamers in any match, and the function isn’t accessible in Ranked.
Give it a shot and tell us what you assume.”