Apex Legends artwork showing off Bloodhound

Apex Legends' Season 2 update has arrived a little while ago, bringing with it a whole bunch of new content to play around with. While those changes were certainly welcome, the update has also unfortunately added a variety of new issues as well, some of which are incredibly annoying to deal with.

So in order to show that they are aware of the problems, as well as to let the community know what they're working on, Apex Legends devs have now released their official Trello Tracker. The list of bugs is still fairly small, but thankfully it does contain some of the most important issues.

Most notably, Respawn is working on getting ride of the aggravating code:leaf and code:net disconnects that have been plaguing Apex Legends for about a month now. They are also trying to figure out what's happening with the audio for enemy footsteps, as well as what causes some players to lose Rating Points even if the server is the one that caused them to disconnect.

That said, it's also important to mention that the bugs are not listed in order of priority and so you shouldn't expect them to be fixed in that order either. Some of the simpler bugs might end up getting hotfixed in the near future, while the really big problems like the code:leaf disconnects might take quite a few weeks to properly solve. It really all depends on how fast Respawn can get to the root of the problem.

You can read a little bit more about the aforementioned bugs, as well as keep an eye on Apex Legends moving forward, over at the newly made Trello Tracker.