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The Apex Legends community has had a little over two days to try out the new Season 6 changes. As with any major update, some changes made by developer Respawn Entertainment were praised. However, there are some changes that many feel need a revert and need it quickly. One of the members of the community, Twitch streamer LuluLuvely, recently made a list of everything she would alter about Season 6. For the most part, she hit the nail on the head, and hopefully, Respawn will take notice.

What needs a fix in Apex Legends Season 6?

LuluLuvely is one of the most prominent Twitch streamers in the Apex Legends category. She is one of the top-watched streamers for the title, amassing over 56 million minutes watched. Also, she plays a ton of competitive Apex, so she knows the meta of the game inside and out.

Recently, she compiled a list of everything she likes about Season 6 and everything she dislikes. Though the list is a matter of opinion, the community agreed with her for the most part, which doesn’t happen too often.

Starting off with the things she likes, the changes to World’s Edge are almost unanimously enjoyed. The new areas are populated and make for easier rotations around the map with the train now gone. Lulu also stated that the permanent addition of Evo Armor and the new Crafting System were great changes as well.

Now for the bad aspects of Season 6. The general feeling across the Apex Legends community is that the Devotion LMG doesn’t belong on the floor. It belongs back in supply drops where it’s resided for multiple seasons due to its high damage output. To add on to this, the return of the Turbocharger only makes the Devotion even more of a pain to deal with.

Despite the community’s frustrations, it would be uncharacteristic of Respawn to make a change like this mid-season. So for critics of the Devotion, it looks like you’ll be out of luck for the time being.

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Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.