|“||When we started Apex Cybernetics, we dreamt of new ways to push past the limits of human potential. Robotics, the human mind, artificial intelligence. Who knows what brave new future we will dream of next? I'm Walter Simmons. And it is my privilege to lead Apex into humanity's bold new era. We're not going anywhere, and neither are you.||„|
Apex Cybernetics is a tech organization that first appeared in Godzilla vs. Kong.
Walter Simmons founded Apex Cybernetics in 2014. His goal was to rid the world of the Titans so control could be returned to humanity. The organization later created Mechagodzilla to exterminate Godzilla and replace him with their creation.
Apex seeks to destroy the Titans so that humanity can become the permanent dominant species. For this, the creation of Mechagodzilla is carried out using the remaining bones of Ghidorah. Apex also utilized captured Skullcrawlers as test subjects for the mecha to kill. However, it cannot stay online for a long period of time due to a lack of efficient power source. They resort to using Kong to guide them on an expedition into the Hollow Earth to extract a sample of the mysterious energy that is there to fuel Mechagodzilla with it. However, Ghidorah's mind infects Mechagodzilla's programming, causing it to kill Simmons by swiping him off the platform and causing him to fall to his death, and Ren to be electrocuted to death due to being unable to control Mechagodzilla, which then breaks out of the Apex headquarters.
- Hollow Earth Aerial Vehicle (destroyed)
- Mechagodzilla (destroyed)
- Godzilla (Main Target)
- "Apex" served as Godzilla vs. Kong's working title during production.
- It is unknown what happened to Apex Cybernetics after the events of Godzilla vs. Kong. It is likely that they were filed lawsuits by the local populace of Hong Kong for the destruction Mechagodzilla brought to the city, as well as getting under legal scrutiny for harboring Skullcrawlers and the remains of Ghidorah.
List of appearances
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