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Apex Legends Season 13 popularity plummets after being most streamed game

Despite the new content, Apex Legends Season 13 has seen a huge decline in popularity, setting new lows for the battle royale.

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Apex Legends have taken a massive decline in popularity for Season 13, as Twitch views for the game have fallen greatly.

We are now officially at the halfway point for Apex Legends Season 13, as the split commenced on June 28, soft resetting ranked positions and changing the competitive map to World’s Edge.

Despite new content and being crowned the most streamed game on Twitch at the start of the season, the Apex Legends community has noticed a huge decline in the popularity of the game.

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Apex Legends content creator Garret has noticed a severe decline in Twitch views for Apex Legends since the launch of Season 13. It’s normal to see spikes in Twitch views and player count when a new season drops, but maintaining high numbers throughout the season is more telling.

According to a graph posted by Garret on Twitter, Twitch views for Apex Legends are down by “more than 50% since last season,” showing just how much the popularity of the game has fallen.

It’s unclear why this has happened, as the Awakening Collection Event and return of Control should have brought more viewers to the game.

However, Garret feels it could have something to do with the ranked changes for Season 13, which have caused a lot of controversy among the player base: “Upon further thought I wouldn’t be surprised if ranked changes had a hand in the view drop lol.”

While the player base is maintaining good numbers for Apex Legends Season 13, it’s not a great sign to see the Twitch views drop this far, especially when we’re only halfway through the season.

Perhaps Apex Legends Season 14 will bring some excitement back to the community, as leaks surrounding a new Legend called Vantage could bring the hype back to the battle royale.

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