Over the weekend, the developers behind the surprise battle royale hit Apex Legends claimed they've banned over 355,000 cheaters though the game's Easy-Anti-Cheat system. That's significantly more than the 16,000 cheaters they reportedly banned in February, but like the PubG devs, they reiterate that the struggle against cheaters is an "ongoing war that we'll need to continue to adapt to and be very vigilant about fighting." They reportedly have to be "pretty secretive" about their future anti cheat measures, but they did reveal that they're reaching out to experts, expanding their anti-cheat team, and adding an in-game report feature. The EA subsidiary is also reportedly working on lobby chat spam, and they said they'll be working with AMD to improve performance and stability. Next week AMD will be at the studio and just like we did with Nvidia visit, we'll be working together to improve stability and performance on PC. In the next client patch on PC we will be addressing some of the known crashes, but there will still be work to do as we haven't nailed down all crashes yet. In Season 1 we'll be adding improved reporting that should help us in identifying and squashing more PC crash issues. I've seen it shared here but in case anyone missed it, Nvidia has released a driver update for RTX users that have been experiencing the DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG crash specifically for GeForce RTX cards and we're continuing to work with Nvidia to improve performance and stability.