EA and Respawn have announced that Apex Legends" Season 1 Battle Pass: "Wild Frontier" will be rolling out tomorrow, bringing with it a whole bunch of new content, alongside the arrival of new character Octavio "Octane' Silva. Like other Battle Pass style content drops, you will then be able to level-up the Battle Pass each time you play, earning more rewards in the form of skins, icons, and more.
Fans have less than 24 hours to wait before the next major Apex Legends update arrives on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
This will start with an update going live on Apex Legends servers, with no downtime now confirmed. There's a single Wild Frontier Legend skin to be earned, 5 Apex Packs and 18 seasonal stat trackers. Players can purchase the Battle Pass for 950 Apex Coins. It looks like the final coin drop in the Wild Frontier pass is at tier 97, though, so expect a hefty grind. Players who buy the pass and level up will gain rewards like weapon skins, banner frames, and more.
Yes! You keep every Battle Pass reward you've unlocked after the season is over. Further details on the long-term plan for "Wild Frontier" can be found over on EA's dedicated page, including the Battle Pass bundle, which will set you back a total of 2,800 Apex Coins. So, if you're on level 20 for the season when you buy the Battle Pass Bundle, you'll get all the rewards through level 45 and the three special Battle Pass skins.
Octane's jump pad lets you launch your team
Instantly unlock the Lifeline Revolutionary skin, the Wraith Survivor skin, and the Mirage Outlaw skin with purchase of the Battle Pass.
You also unlock five regular Apex packs throughout the 100 levels, with an epic Apex pack at level 26, and a legendary Apex pack at level 86. Octane's Jump Pads now dot Kings Canyon, the in-game map where all of these battle royale matches take place.
We've added a Battle Pass progression bonus tied to playing a variety of characters, because we believe true mastery in Apex Legends means being a badass with anyone in any situation at any time.
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