Apex Legends Replicator bug causes instant death on Storm Point

A replicator bug in Apex Legends eliminates players from their match through a bizarre instant death glitch.

Crafting in Apex Legends was a hit when it was introduced when Respawn Entertainment decided to take a simpler route with the concept, allowing players to gather materials and use them to craft health kits or weapons.

Although replicators have proven popular in the community over the years, there is one enduring downside: bugs.

Now, one player’s bug shows exactly why some important updates are needed as soon as possible.

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Apex Legends allowed players to craft weapons involving replicators.

Apex Legends player discovers replicator instant death glitch

User uploaded to Apex Legends subreddit mohsn95the player shared his experience with the crafting system when trying to get some items during a game.

In the video, the player grabbed a shield battery and then ran to the other side of the valuable vendor to purchase a load of light ammo.

Once mohsn95 completed his light ammo crafting, they were immediately dropped under the map and swallowed by darkness, resulting in instant death.

The video, captioned “Just My Luck,” didn’t get much traction on the subreddit, but this experience with the crafting system is just the latest example of how groundbreaking the provider has become.

While the community isn’t aware of why Replicators are failing in many ways, consider this latest instant death glitch a fair warning to perhaps stay away from the crafting systems for now.

As we all know, Apex Legends Replicators have been wreaking havoc in the community for a while now.

It’ll be interesting to see if Respawn Entertainment finally decides to tackle the game-changing disruptions in the coming months.

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