Apex Legends surpasses 25 million players in first week

What number will Apex reach after the first month?

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Apex Legends has officially been available for one week—and an insane amount of players have already tried out the smash-hit battle royale title.

Over 25 million people have played Apex since it was released last Monday, according to a post by Respawn Entertainment CEO Vince Zampella. Additionally, the game reached a peak of over two million concurrent players this weekend.

It’s pretty remarkable how many players Apex has already picked up—the title surpassed 10 million players in its first three days, too.

It doesn’t seem like Respawn is planning on slowing down, either. The $200,000 Twitch Rivals Apex Legends Challenge begins tomorrow, and Zampella said that the developer plans on adding “limited-time Valentine’s Day themed loot” later this week.

Now that the game’s first week is officially in the rear-view mirror, fans are curious to see how many more players Apex can accrue moving forward.