Apex Legends: Overtime Updates: One of the most popular battle royal games, Apex legend is now venturing into a new path namely Comic books. Apex legend: Overtime is up to the story comic book which mainly revolves around the downtime between the teammates.
Mirage and crypto fleeing from Revenant is a fun-packed, fast-paced adventure. Little do we know that a background event that could be easily overseen will greatly change one of Apex’s most popular characters. At the end of the book, when crypto outrunning a pursuer, we can find Octane in the background with lifeline’s D.O.C.
But what is more interesting is that what the octane says at the end.
“It’s been you inside D.O.C.? This whole time?” Octane says to the Drone of Compassion, in a tone of disbelief. “Then that means…she’s dead…”
Apex Legends: Overtime Changes
Apex has a rich backstory, which tells that Octane and Lifeline both hail from the planet Psamathe and they knew each other even before the games. Lifeline was the one who helped Octane to get his bionic legs, which he uses in the game when he loses his leg in a stunt that went wrong.
By their relationship, it can know that a character from their past may be incorporated inside the D.O.C, but there is no such character ever been identified in the game.
This may imply that there is more to the character of Lifeline’s D.O.C, apart from the simple healing drone in the game. Lifeline’s D.O.C is in the game since 2019, is considered to be one of the iconic aspects of the Apex legend. It is summoned in the battleground by lifeline whenever her allies needed to be healed or revived during the battle. But lifeline’s dialogue didn’t show anything more is going on, so this may be the first step for the notable development of the series.
The events depicted in the comic book may affect the in-game world which includes the dialogue during the matches. So far as the ultimate reveal of what’s going on with Lifeline’s D.O.C. drone, that could come even sooner — Apex Legends Overtime #2, which looks to be a story focusing on Lifeline and Octane, hits stand July 21 from Dark Horse Comics.