After the Apex Legends space on the EA Play of E3 2019, journalist Patrick Shanley of Hollywood Reporter reports in networks about a piece of information that has not appeared in the conference: “Drew McCoy, project lead in Respawn,” you’ve told that the team has a ‘diffuse’ long-term plan of 3-4 years to support Apex Legends with future content ”
Of course, it does not mean that the game will close its servers immediately after, but that is the foreseeable future for the game. It is also a declaration of intent, because it implies that we will not have an Apex Legends 2 or something similar in the near future. For now, we are content with the contents announced for season 2 of Apex Legends, including a new legend, a new weapon and a new mode.
— Patrick Shanley (@pshanley88) June 8, 2019