Twitch Streamer LuluLuvely May Stop Playing Apex Legends

Twitch Streamer LuluLuvely May Stop Playing Apex Legends

Twitch Streamer LuluLuvely May Stop Playing Apex Legends

Apex Legends has recently enjoyed great popularity on Twitch. In fact, it was the most-streamed game on the platform since the start of Season 13. Despite this popularity, it looks like one of the most popular battle royale streamers is coming soon.

While the list of notable Apex Legends streamers is long, one of the most popular of recent years is LuluLuvely. You only have to look at her impressive numbers on Twitch to realize the presence she has managed to create to stream the game. Her live streams typically attract several thousand viewers and she has over 1.3 million followers on Twitch and 802K subscribers on YouTube. While her large fan base likes to tune in to her regular Apex Legends content, it looks like this won’t be happening for much longer.

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On a recent broadcast, LuluLuvely discussed her future on the platform. In particular, she shared how she felt about Apex Legends† Unfortunately for fans of the streamer, she revealed that she was hesitant to quit the game. According to the streamer, she was considering her potential trip to the Apex Legends LAN event her “farewell” to the Battle Royale. When asked about why she might have left the game that made her popular, she cited a lack of new content. She noted that there were no LTMs and custom lobbies Apex Legends still didn’t work.


It’s worth noting that LuluLuvely hasn’t confirmed she’s quitting Apex Legends† For now, it seems likely that fans can continue to see her diving into matches at Storm Point and the other maps in the Battle Royale. Nevertheless, her desire to leave the game is telling, and it could be a sign of things to come for other streamers.

This latest news from Twitch streamer LuluLuvely points to an issue that: Apex Legends currently has. While the standard leaderboard and public matches provide a solid gameplay experience, there aren’t many other options for players to check out. While it is true that the game includes Arenas, a 3v3 elimination-style mode, it has failed to reach the same level of popularity as the Battle Royale. In addition, LTMs, such as the popular 9v9 Control mode, are not currently available in the game.


However, it should be mentioned that the developers at Respawn Entertainment have plans to add some new content in the coming days as the Awakening Collection event was recently announced. As part of the event, the Control LTM returns on the World’s Edge map and there will be a LifeLine Town Takeover on Olympus. It looks like time will tell if this kind of content drop can convince LuluLuvely to continue playing the game. If not, she could be moving on to other games in the coming weeks.

Apex Legends is now available for mobile, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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Source: Dexerto