Horizon nerfs have been reversed, third-person Firing Range issues have been fixed, and more are added to Apex Legends' January 23 patch

Horizon nerfs have been reversed, third-person Firing Range issues have been fixed, and more are add ...

On January 23, a new Apex Legends patch was released, including Horizon's unexpected fixes.

After the Spellbound Collection Event update, Apex Legends players were surprised as the community began to notice hints and improvements for Legends that weren't included in the patch notes.

The developers addressed these unintentional changes with a bang, at a time when players were being ignored.

Season 15 of Apex Legends will receive a January 23, 2023 update, which includes some updates and improvements that will likely be welcomed, particularly from Horizon mains.

Apex Legends has reversed Horizon nerfs.

Players noticed that Horizon's Tactical felt off after the Apex Legends Spellbound update, as the Legend's accuracy while going up her Gravity Lift seemed to be nerfed.

This was the case, and it was an accident, perhaps intended for a future update or even Season 16. In the January 23 patch notes, the developers have confirmed that "Horizon's tactical changes have been reversed."

Players have also noticed a difference in Horizon's Ultimate and Seer, which are still being investigated.

Patch notes for Apex Legends' January 23 update

After players discovered the third-person Firing Range easter egg, the Apex Legends patch notes provided further improvements.

Respawn Entertainment has released a list of all the changes that it has made for the Apex Legends update, which is available now:

  • Legends start with correct number of tactical charges in BR.
  • Firing Range easter egg can be activated again.
  • Eliminating Wraith by headshot no longer causes incorrect particle effects.
  • Horizon’s tactical changes have been reverted.

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