A bizarre Apex Legends bug has been discovered that allows players to endlessly levitate across the map at high speeds.
While glitches are not an intended aspect of Apex Legends, they never fail to pique the community’s curiosity, especially when they’re downright bizarre.
While most bugs discovered in the Outlands are harmless, there have been a few in the past that have ruined games and the overall gaming experience.
Whether it was the rampage infinite charge bug or the ult dash speed boost bug that temporarily banned Taxi2g, Respawn has always had to be on the alert when it comes to fixing bugs.
Well, a new bug was discovered in Season 13 that allows players to hover indefinitely over the map, and while this doesn’t give the offenders much of an advantage, it’s certainly an issue that Respawn needs to fix.
Trident Puppet Glitch allows players to fly over the map
Apex Legends YouTubers Dirty Rocky demonstrated an overwhelming bug with the trident, effectively turning a player into a floating puppet.
By gliding in the trident and using the map’s terrain to knock a player into the sky, it’s possible to hover indefinitely over the map and fly around at high speeds.
Since the flying player’s movement must be controlled by another teammate wielding the trident and can be thousands of yards away, it’s safe to say that this flaw doesn’t give abusers a competitive advantage.
However, that doesn’t mean that Respawn doesn’t dish out permanent bans to those who intentionally enable this bug in their games. So don’t try this if you want to avoid in-game punishment.
It’s hard to say if the developers will prioritize fixing this bug as it might not give abusers any advantage, but it certainly looks like they’re using flying hacks.
This isn’t a good look at Apex’s integrity, especially in ranked, so Respawn may be focusing on fixing this issue as soon as possible.
https://www.dexerto.com/apex-legends/insane-apex-legends-flying-glitch-lets-players-float-around-the-map-at-high-speed-1824569/ Apex Legends’ insane flight bug has players hovering over the map at high speeds