Apex Legends Cross-Progression Could Be Coming According To Leaks
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Apex Legends Cross-Progression Could Be Coming According To Leaks

Lloyd Coombes
2 September 2020

Can we finally take our unlocked legends with us to other platforms?

Apex Legends Season 6 is in full flow, and fans are undoubtedly looking towards the long-awaited update that will introduce cross-play to the game.

Of course, being able to log in and party up with friends on different platforms is going to be huge, but wouldn't it be great to take your progress with you?

According to new leaks, cross-progression could be coming to the game in the next few months.

Apex Legends Could Be Getting Cross-Progression

Apex Legends dataminer Shrugtal has uploaded a new video that looks into the upcoming crossplay update and clubs, while also noting that some code seems to suggest cross-progression is coming, too.

Early in the game's life, the game's then lead-producer Drew McCoy noted that the feature was "impossible" due to the way the game's "systems were set up early on", but new backend code suggests either Respawn has found a way, or that they're rebuilt those same underlying systems.

The code in question, "proxy/commerce_gateway/valuetransfer/transfer?personaId=%s&platform=%s&accountId=%s_%s&offferId=%s&locale=%s" could suggest players' cosmetic items like skins and the like could be transferable between platforms at some stage.

This code, of course, could be "dead" and part of an update that never came to be, but that seems unlikely, with Shrugtal suggesting this is currently in testing.

There's also the possibility that it could end up being a "one-time-only" deal, but we're hoping it's something closer to Fortnite, Rocket League or Destiny's cross-progression.

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