Apex Legends Pathfinder official artwork

[Update]: Respawn has now released an official Trello Tracker detailing what bugs they're currently working on fixing.

Apex Legends has recently received a fairly sizable bug-fixing update, but there are still quite a few of the little buggers that need to be squashed. Thankfully, Respawn does appear to be on the case as they have just released an updated list of the bugs and gameplay problems they're currently working on.

The first and most important thing to mention is that they are now finally investigating Pathfinder's often problematic hitbox. Whether they're going to change the hitbox itself or tweak some of the behind-the-scene properties to make it behave less erratically, nobody currently knows, but I'm certainly looking forward to the day where bullets don't simply pass through Pathfinder's chest as if he's ghost!

You'll also be glad to hear that they are currently looking into the spotty network performance and the bug that sends players to servers halfway across the world. No release date for these changes has been given just yet as Respawn is still investigating the source of the problem, though this is currently their main priority so hopefully we'll get some results in the near future.

They are also currently working on fixing the "auto-fire" exploit on multiple weapons, making sure that syringes and shield cells don't randomly heal twice as much as intended, as well as testing why the consumable wheel sometimes appears to be entirely blank. Perhaps most importantly, as far as rare issues go anyway, they are also in the process of correcting the issue that causes low-end machines to never render some players throughout the match.

Once the next bug-fixing update arrives I'll make sure to let you know, but until then you can read a little bit more about Respawn's plans over at Reddit.