Hidden Monster in the Apex Legend’s Map
After terminating ten Nessy plushies in a particular order on the map, video gamers have unearthed a hidden monster in Apex Legends
It’s been a short time since Apex Legends was launched by the video game has been able to stay in the news for a variety of different reasons. On this occasion, it is something that has surprised even the ardent of players out there. With about ten Nessy plushies scattered around on the map, the Loch Ness monster pays the players a visit if the former are terminated in a particular order.
Whenever a Nessy happens to be in the vicinity, the phrase “A Nessy appears” in the kill feed which seems to be a kind of hint to the player so that it may not be neglected. This aspect has been encompassed by a dedicated Apex Legends subreddit. The aftermath of terminating all the ten Ness plushies in a particular order was also recorded by a Twitch streamer. Here is an image showing the location of all the ten Nessy plushies on the map alongside the order they are meant to be killed to get the epic sea monster unleashed.
The account of the Reddit user who posted the image has been uncannily deleted. You may consult this subreddit /r/nessysecrets if you are interested in more details. Here is a video clip by a Twitch subscriber Hewchy if you want to witness the Ness Loch monster without having to play the game. A blurred shape of the legendary sea monster can be observed emerging from the water once the ten Nessy plushies have been terminated.Lead designer and script writer Chad Grenier in a message on Reddit, after the video went viral, said that he had a bet with the producer of the video game, Drew McCoy, on the amount of time it could take for the players to notice and the producer had estimated about a week which turned out to be absolutely right.
He appreciated the video gaming community and asked them to come up with a refined video of the sea monster while promising that he would come up with something a bit more complicated the next time around.Within a week of its launch, Apex Legends was able to witness an unprecedented 25 million player count and 2 million concurrent players. It was only a matter of time before someone found this easter egg with such a massive number of players playing the video game. 48 leading streamers on Twitch are battling it out for a price pool of $100,000 in an Apex Legends tournament presently. The developers are also looking forward to come up with some Valentine’s cosmetic items.