May 06, 2021 · Which Apex Legends Are LGBTQIA? Apex Legends LGBTQ Characters: Gibraltar (Gay) Gibraltar's sexuality is canon - it is referred to on his character bio on the official Apex Legends ... Apex Legends LGBTQ characters: Bloodhound (Non-Binary) Apex Legends LGBTQ characters: Loba (Bisexual) Apex Legends ...
Feb 12, 2021 · All of the LGBTQIA Characters in Apex Legends. Fuse – Pansexual. Fuse, the latest legend to join the roster in Apex Legends Season 8, has become a fan favourite already among the LGBTQIA community. Loba – Bisexual. Gibraltar – Gay. Bloodhound – Non-Binary. Mirage – Questioning.
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Since the games release, Respawn has taken the time to expand on its characters backstories, including their pasts, families, sexual orientations, and gender identities. Here are all of the LGBTQ and gender-nonconforming characters in Apex Legends. Bloodhound Screengrab via Respawn Entertainment
May 09, 2021 · Apex Legends has received widespread praise for its inclusion of a diverse character pool, incorporating a number of LGBTQIA characters into the game. Here, we take a look at every LGBTQIA Legend in the game currently. Recent shifts in video games have seen more emphasis put on inclusivity among in-game characters to make the games […]
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Over on the official EA website for Apex Legends, Gibraltar is described as being either gay or bisexual in one section of his character bio, “…he only began to understand the value of protecting others when he and his boyfriend stole his father’s motorcycle, took it on a joyride, and got trapped by a deadly mudslide.”
Bloodhound - Non-Binary At the very advent of Apex Legends, developers wanted to make one thing clear, and Respawn community manager Jay Frechette told Rock, Paper, Shotgun that Bloodhound is “non-binary, or at least non-specified, in terms of gender.”
Blizzard are another who has recently revealed a character from Overwatch, Solider 76, is a gay character. Twitter has been abuzz with support for the two characters in Apex Legends, but it hasn’t only been those two.
Apex Legends has hit the ground (and walls) running, with over 2.5 million players in the first 24 hours. Respawn recently revealed why there are no Titans in Apex Legends, and announced plans to allow cross-play in the future.