Apex Legends data mining revealed a "Clubs" feature may be on its way to Apex Legends ahead of the addition of cross-platform play.
Clubs would function similarly to guilds or clans, according to files prominent Apex Legends data miner Shrugtal discovered after the Lost Treasures event update. The system will feature on the main menu, and have its own chat channel for club members also accessible from the main menu. Players will choose a name and clan tag for their clubs.
"The intent of the system seems to be to support the fact that Apex is a team game by making it easier to find similar players to party with and reduce the amount of solo queueing," Shrugtal said in a video on the leak.
Clubs will range from open to join for everyone to closed to all but those approved by members. They can also be limited by player rank.
Clubs also have their own internal ranking system to determine member privileges. Those ranks include grunt, captain, administrator and creator.
Shrugtal expects the clubs feature to go live either in Season 6 or nearer to the fall release date of cross-platform play.